Since 1993, NVIDIA (NASDAQ: NVDA) has pioneered the art and science of visual computing. The company's technologies are transforming a world of displays into a world of interactive discovery -- for everyone from gamers to scientists, and consumers to enterprise customers.
NVIDIA DGX™ Systems are designed to give data scientists the most powerful tools for AI exploration-tools that go from your desk to the data center to the cloud. http://nvidia.com/dgx This video is via NVIDIA.
AI startup Deep Instinct enables cyber-attacks to be identified and blocked in real-time before any harm occurs by using deep learning algorithms. Explore more about AI and Deep Learning: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/deep-learning-ai/ This video is via NVIDIA.
We all need all the help we can get in the kitchen. Whether that involves meal planning or roasting the perfect chicken, deep learning promises to help bring more to the joy of cooking. Thanks to deep learning, you’ll soon get the kind of help no cookbook can provide. Innit, a Bay Area startup, is […]
Stories are rife of the obstacles that developers of self-driving cars must overcome — challenges related to sensors, machine learning, real-time data analysis and reaction times. But we haven’t heard much about the passengers. Affectiva, maker of “emotion AI” software, wants to change that. The company is building a platform that would establish profiles of […]
We recently announced Project Holodeck, a photorealistic, collaborative virtual reality environment that incorporates the feeling of real-world presence through sight, sound and haptics. http://nvda.ws/2rb0FRQ This video is via NVIDIA.
Deaf people can’t hear. Most hearing people don’t understand sign language. -Syed Ahmed, research assistant at Rochester Institute of Technology speaking at GTC 2017 That’s a communication gap AI can help bridge, Syed Tousif Ahmed, a research assistant at the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Future Everyday Technology Lab explained at the the GPU Technology Conference […]
Hollywood-style lights in NVIDIA green. A champagne toast. And the envelope, please. The gala awards event celebrating winners of NVIDIA’s Inception competition for AI startups had the trappings of Tinseltown, with one key difference: Its envelope was stuffed with $1.5 million in cash prizes, to be split among six of the world’s most promising AI […]
Self-driving cars need AI, and we delivered big on AI at the GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley this week. During his keynote, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang made a host of announcements that will change how the automotive industry designs, builds and drives its cars. Chief among these was the unveiling of Volta, […]
NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang announces the NVIDIA Isaac robot simulator, which integrates physics in super-real time, realistic graphics and AI to speed development and training for the robotics industry. This video is via NVIDIA.
NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang discusses how AI is revolutionizing the transportation industry, and announces Toyota will use the NVIDIA DRIVE AI car platform in its coming autonomous vehicles. He also showcases the capabilities of the Xavier processor for autonomous machines. This video is via NVIDIA.
NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang introduces the NVIDIA GPU Cloud platform to jump-start GPU-accelerated deep learning. He announces the inferencing compiler TensorRT for the TensorFlow deep learning framework. And he unveils the Tesla V100 for hyperscale inferencing. This video is via NVIDIA.
NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang introduces the NVIDIA DGX-1 with Tesla V100 for accelerating AI research and the NVIDIA DGX Station, an AI supercomputer for the desktop. He’s joined on stage by Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Azure, who talks about the companies’ work together on Microsoft’s Cognitive Toolkit framework and GPU-accelerated cloud […]
NVIDIA CEO and founder Jensen Huang details deep learning framework support for NVIDIA’s new Volta GPU architecture, and is joined on stage by AWS General Manager of Deep Learning and AI Matt Wood, who talks about the companies’ work together on the MXNet framework and GPU-accelerated cloud services. This video is via NVIDIA.