The Wall Street Journal's Jennifer Hiller and Sebastian Herrera is reporting that the technology industry is looking to nuclear power to drive data centers to support the new AI wave. 

The tech industry is increasingly interested in securing nuclear power to support the energy-intensive demands of artificial intelligence. This shift is driven by the need for sustainable and reliable power sources to manage the growing computational loads of AI technologies. The industry advocates for more nuclear energy as a cleaner alternative to traditional fossil fuels, highlighting its potential to significantly reduce carbon emissions associated with AI operations.

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Source: WSJ

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