The right resources and support — particularly for education and healthcare — can go a long way to shrink the opportunity gaps faced by underprivileged populations. It’s a strategy NVIDIA … Read article >
Lacking insurance, Gaby, from Brooklyn, New York, fell behind in having regular mammograms, which can be lifesavers. But after spotting a mobile care clinic run by the American-Italian Cancer Foundation, … Read article >
Editor’s note: Meet Jocelin Su, a 2016 Stanford AI4ALL (formerly SAILORS) alumna. Below, Jocelin shares her learnings from NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference. Eight AI4ALL alumni attended the conference in March, eager … Read article >
NVIDIA has awarded $200,000 in Global Impact Award prizes to Princeton University and the University of Málaga for their pioneering research efforts to address social, humanitarian and environmental problems. Researchers … Read article >
The noisy, old MRI machine may get a new lease on life. Magnetic resonance imaging machines in recent years have faced a newer model on the scene, the magnetic resonance angiography machine.
Massive earthquakes, building-size ocean waves, understated warnings. These are some of the conditions that have led to incredible devastation caused by tsunamis.
Princeton University researchers are aiming to crack the code on sun-like energy. The researchers have enlisted AI to help establish the feasibility of delivering fusion energy in the foreseeable future.
Attention, ER patients: Dr. Algorithm will see you right away. Artificial intelligence holds vast potential for faster patient care in hospitals. Thanks to machine learning and deep learning applications for medical image recognition and analysis, patients with life-threatening conditions could be identified and whisked to the front of the line for immediate treatment.