Jesse Clayton is the product manager for mobile embedded, building platforms that enable robots and drones to see and interact with their environments. During his 10 years at NVIDIA, he has developed Linux drivers for professional graphics solutions, led the software development for the company's first HPC products, managed the Software Board Operations organization, and headed DevTech for automotive. Prior to NVIDIA, he developed software for air traffic management. When he’s not working, you can find Jesse skiing with his family and running barefoot through the paths and streets of Santa Clara.
Igniting the Future: TensorRT-LLM Release Accelerates AI Inference Performance, Adds Support for New Models Running on RTX-Powered Windows 11 PCs
Artificial intelligence on Windows 11 PCs marks a pivotal moment in tech history, revolutionizing experiences for gamers, creators, streamers, office workers, students and even casual PC users. It offers unprecedented… Read article >
GeForce RTX and NVIDIA RTX GPUs, which are packed with dedicated AI processors called Tensor Cores, are bringing the power of generative AI natively to more than 100 million Windows… Read article >
Gone are the days when AI was the domain of sprawling data centers or elite researchers. For GeForce RTX users, AI is now running on your PC. It’s personal, enhancing… Read article >
Generative AI — in the form of large language model (LLM) applications like ChatGPT, image generators such as Stable Diffusion and Adobe Firefly, and game rendering techniques like NVIDIA DLSS… Read article >