November 15th, 2022
Categories: Applications, Networking, Software, Supercomputing, User Groups, Remote Collaboration, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, High Performance Computing
SAGE3 beta version software and documentation will be introduced next week at the IEEE/ACM Supercomputing (SC22) conference in Dallas, Texas, USA, November 13-18, 2022. The SAGE User Community is invited to attend the SC22 Birds of a Feather (BOF) meeting and participate in ongoing SAGE3 demonstrations in the SC22 Exhibition.
Attend the “SAGE 12th SC BOF: Smart Amplified Group Environment Enhanced with Artificial Intelligence for Global Collaboration”:
* Tuesday, November 15, 2022
*12:15PM - 01:15PM CST
* Room: D168, Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas
Join us for SAGE3 demonstrations in the StarLight research booth # 2847 on the exhibition floor, Tuesday-Thursday.
SAGE3, the Smart Amplified Group Environment, is the next-generation, “human-in-the-loop” collaboration platform, providing HPC users with the tools to access, explore, discover, publish, share, integrate, and reuse complex datasets. SAGE3 supports today’s hybrid work/home environments (laptops, single monitors and display walls), and interfaces with a variety of computational infrastructures, workflows, notebooks, and analytics software through Artificial Intelligence-enabled services and orchestration services. It lowers the barrier of entry into AI for non-expert users, democratizing access to disruptive technologies for those with varying skills.
The BOF will not be streamed. SAGE3 software and documentation will be available for download on the SAGE3 website. The SAGE3 team plans to hold SAGE3 educational webinars, starting next year.
REMINDER: SAGE3 / SAGE2 COMMUNITY USER FORUMS are now hosted on Slack. To join, go to the SAGE3 website and click on the Support menu.
* For SAGE3, subscribe to the sage3-support channel.
* For SAGE2, subscribe to the sage2-support channel.
Thank you for your longstanding support of SAGE and we look forward to continued collaborations.
SAGE team member
SAGE3 is being developed by the Laboratory for Advanced Visualization and Applications (LAVA) and the Hawaii Data Science Institute (HI-DSI) at University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM), the Electronic Visualization Laboratory (EVL) at University of Illinois Chicago (UIC), and the InfoVis Lab at Virginia Tech (VT). SAGE3 receives major funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF), awards #2004014 (UHM), #2003800 (UIC) and #2003387 (VT).
SAGE2 received major NSF support, award #ACI-1441963, to UHM and UIC.
SAGE, SAGE2 and SAGE3 are trademarks of the University of Illinois Board of Trustees.