Help Cure Cancer While You Sleep.
We plan to use the vast amount of unused computing power harnessed from data centers, tablets, phones, PC’s, IoT, cars, and cloud servers to carry out this task, using Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing to access this idle power.
Compute for Cancer is where IoT meets distributed computing.
There are approximately 2 billion active global Android devices. With only 1 million active users, Berkeley Open Infrastructure Network Computing (BOINC) available computing power will increase tenfold and provide equal the power of the fastest conventional supercomputer on earth.
Using BOINC, we can collect idle computing power from any device, such as a phone, computer, or data center, and donate it to cancer research supercomputers.
Donations are tax deductible, as Compute For Cancer is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
With your contribution, together, we can accelerate cancer research together.
Team Information: Compute For Cancer, The Compute for Cancer team is:
Gordon Weiss: Currently living in SF and works at the intersection of Technology, Media, and Electronic Music, with a passion for helping people with disabilities, special needs.
Isaiah Blackburn: Isaiah has a legacy of formulation and delivering disruptive technology architectures and data platform solutions.
Kris Kitchen: Kris is an entrepreneur, futurist, artist, and multidisciplinary researcher.