The 416 quadrillion reasons why Japan’s supercomputer is number 1
The great processing might of Fugaku will focus on parsing earthquakes, weather patterns and coughs. The primetime television hit of the year in Japan so far? A $1bn-plus made-in-Japan machine's animation of a "salaryman sitting at his desk and coughing." However, in this piece, Financial Times' Tokyo correspondent Leo Lewis explores why the feat is more remarkable than it initially sounds.
From Financial Times