NVIDIA Sets Six Records in AI Performance

NVIDIA has set six AI performance records with today’s release of the industry’s first broad set of AI benchmarks. Backed by Google, Intel, Baidu, NVIDIA and dozens more technology leaders, the new MLPerf benchmark suite measures a wide range of deep learning workloads. Aiming to serve as the industry’s first objective AI benchmark suite, it […]

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NVIDIA Invents AI Interactive Graphics

Twenty-five years ago NVIDIA transformed the computer graphics industry by building the first GPU, the modern day tool of the da Vincis and Einsteins of our time. Now, a new deep learning-based model developed by NVIDIA researchers aims to catapult the graphics industry into the AI chapter. Using a conditional generative neural network as a […]

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Structured Domain Randomization Makes Deep Learning More Accessible

Manually annotating training data is laborious, and time-consuming. This means that training deep networks for computer vision tasks typically requires an enormous amount of labeled training data, which can be expensive and difficult to obtain. To help make deep learning more accessible, researchers from NVIDIA have introduced a structured domain randomization system to help developers […]

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NVIDIA Research Puts Smart Picking Within Grasp

As another step toward enabling robots to work effectively in complex environments, robotics researchers from NVIDIA have developed a novel deep learning-based system that allows a robot to perceive household objects in its environment for the purpose of grasping the objects and interacting with them. With this technique, the robot is able to perform simple […]

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Whale of an Idea: Tapping AI to Keep Ships from Striking Endangered Sea Mammals

After centuries of steadily decimating the world’s whale populations, humans have taken significant steps to reverse their catastrophic impact. One of the latest: an AI-powered project spearheaded by the Canadian government that aims to minimize collisions between ships and North Atlantic right whales, 50-foot-long creatures that got their name from early whalers for being the […]

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