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UK, Microsoft ink deal to make world’s ’most advanced’ weather-climate computer

UK, Microsoft ink deal to make world’s ’most advanced’ weather-climate computer

Britain’s Meteorological Office announced a deal with Microsoft to build the world’s ’most advanced’ weather and climate supercomputer. In a blogpost, Microsoft said the supercomputer will improve the accuracy of everyday weather forecasting and will also give early warnings of natural disasters. The supercomputer will be built using the $1.67 billion funding the UK government allocated in 2020.

TheMadDane 3 weeks


Raymond M Hein Jr
Raymond M Hein Jr 3 weeks

Or create them

John W
John W 3 weeks

Let me guessing they will predict ther will be climate/weather changes. We all know weather never changes unless man is involved.

Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 3 weeks

Why are people going on about climate change? This is short - medium term modelling used to predict weather and severe events. What the Met Office has been doing for over 150 years. It may produce data usable for longer term climate modelling but that's not the job of of the Met Office. That sort of stuff would be passed on to someone else to put through their own super computer. Their origins were in warning of / predicting threats to shipping and that focus on more immediate threat to life is still the same. They do some climate modelling but it's very much a secondary consideration.

Lev !🇺🇸 MINISTRY OF TRUTH 2 weeks

Come on admit it you were hoping they were going to make a weather 'control' computer

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