What isMillennium project

The Millennium Project is a cutting-edge parallel computing project based at UC Berkeley, focused on building a multi-level “system of systems” using clusters of SMP machines called “CLUMPs.” The project aims to harness the power of roughly a thousand computers provided by Intel, and build on the earlier NOW (Network of Workstations) project. The result is a “Global Futures Intelligence System” (GFIS) that combines data, organizations, and software to create a framework for collective intelligence and a system of the future.

Watch a two-minute overview video and a five-minute how-to video to learn more about the Millennium Project and the GFIS.

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What is the Millennium Project?

The Millennium Project is a parallel computing project based at UC Berkeley that uses SMP machines called “CLUMPs” to create a multi-level “system of systems.” The project aims to build a “Global Futures Intelligence System” (GFIS) by combining data, organizations, and software.

What is GFIS?

GFIS, or “Global Futures Intelligence System,” is a framework for collective intelligence that combines data, organizations, and software. It is the result of the Millennium Project and is meant to be a system of the future.

Can I access GFIS?

GFIS is not currently accessible during its transfer to Amazon Web Services.

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