Overall Emma used 25 Google Cloud virtual machines over 121 days to calculate Pi to this many digits.
A Google employee smashed a Guinness World Record by calculating the value of pi to more than 31.4 trillion digits. As you would expect that amount of digits requires a lot of storage - she calculates she required 170 terabytes to finish the calculation. During the entire time it took for calculations, the Google Cloud server were kept switched on to avoid any interruptions.
These are the last 97 digits of the 31,415,926,535,897 now calculated for pi.
Emma Haruka Iwao grew up fascinated by pi.
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A queer software engineer at Google has calculated the length of the number pi to a new world record. Trueb also used y-cruncher to calculate Pi value, but Google set new records for using the cloud and SSD drives as well.
Googler Emma Haraku Iwao took her fascination with pi all the way to 31.4 trillion digits.
Pi is an infinite number essential to engineering. But pi is now too big to store all the digits in one place and make that feasible.
Iwao knew about Takahashi when she was a kid, she says, because he held the world record at the time, along with Japanese mathematician Yasumasa Kanada.
Even with Google's infrastructure on her side, determining trillions of digits was no simple task. No word yet on whether she will be celebrating her achievement the American way - by eating actual pie.