Better medicine with AI. A deep learning stock picker. Self-driving trucks. That’s just a sample of the groundbreaking work by nearly 80 AI startups at the GPU Technology Conference this … Read article >
NVIDIA announced today that it has awarded $150,000 in Global Impact Awards to the University of Maryland and the Mayo Clinic for their pioneering research to address social, humanitarian and environmental … Read article >
You ask, AI delivers. At least, that’s the concept that Kevin Peterson is trying to achieve with his robotics company, Marble. It recently made news for deploying food delivery robots … Read article >
We’re expecting a record number of attendees next week at our eighth annual GPU Technology Conference, in Silicon Valley. We’ll keep you up to date with the latest from the … Read article >
To check the pulse on how AI is transforming the healthcare industry, look no further than the eighth annual GPU Technology Conference, next week at the San Jose Convention Center. … Read article >
Duane Storti has a bone to pick — 20 of them, in fact. Storti, a professor at the University of Washington, works with the Center for Limb Loss Prevention and Prosthetic Engineering at VA Puget Sound to study how the 20 bones that make up our feet work together while walking.
Regular safety checks are as critical to nuclear power plants as doctors’ check-ups are for people. For power plants, regular inspections can spot cracks and other problems before they become … Read article >
Lung cancer is the deadliest of all cancers, and not just because it’s the most common variant of the disease. Nearly 80 percent of patients will die within five years … Read article >
Another futuristic gadget from the world of Star Trek fantasy is a big step closer to becoming reality thanks to pioneering computer vision and prosthetics work by researchers at the University of Oxford.
Can AI be biased? Yes. And that’s because of us. When it comes to programming our artificial intelligence machines, the data we humans use may be making them biased. “As … Read article >
It’s just not practical to program a car to drive itself in every environment, given the nearly infinite range of possible variables involved. But, thanks to AI, we can show … Read article >
On a PC, a phone or from TV, people want information. They want it at home, at work and on the move. And they want it 24/7. They also want, … Read article >
Big dreams. Bright lights. And a peek at the future of AI. Welcome to NVIDIA’s AI startup challenge. In a rapid-fire panoply of pitches, more than a dozen emerging AI … Read article >
A credit card that stops fraudsters in their tracks. A 3D simulation of potentially life-saving molecules. A car that can drive itself down San Francisco’s Lombard Street, the famed “crookedest” … Read article >