Google Cloud breaks its own record by calculating pi to 100 trillion decimal places

(ORDO NEWS) — Three years ago, the Google Cloud program calculated the irrational number Pi to 31.4 trillion decimal places and set a world record.

Then, in 2021, scientists from the Graub√ľnden University of Applied Sciences added another 31.4 trillion positions to this figure, increasing the total to 62.8 trillion decimal places.

Now Google Cloud has set a new record by computing Pi to 100 trillion consecutive digits.

It took the program 157 days, 23 hours, 31 minutes and 7.651 seconds to set a new world record.


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