NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang got things rolling at CES 2016, in Las Vegas Monday. Here’s what we announced.
Using GPU-powered deep learning, researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have pushed the boundaries of cancer image analysis in a way that could one day save physicians – and patients – precious time.
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death for U.S. men and women. Doctors diagnose someone with the condition every 43 seconds. Finding new and better ways to speed the diagnosis … Read article >
Microsoft researchers became the latest to achieve record results on ImageNet, a prestigious image recognition benchmark, thanks to the use of GPUs. Microsoft’s system, compared with last year’s result, cuts … Read article >
The AI race is on. And it’s powered by machine learning. As the go-to engine of machine learning, GPUs will help drive innovation in virtually all areas of industry and research.
Call it the ultimate debugging project. When ants invaded NVIDIA engineer Robert Bond’s pantry, the Tegra engineer and tinkerer bought one of our Jetson TK1 development kits. Then he got … Read article >
Genetic interpretation. Giant datasets. Deep learning. This is cancer research, beyond the microscope. A team at the University of Toronto, led by Dr. Brendan Frey, is advancing computational cancer research … Read article >
New Yorkers are fond of saying “Let’s talk.” But these days communication is increasingly being mastered by computers, thanks to advances in speech recognition, image understanding and language translation. New … Read article >
A billboard ad that guesses your age. A photo app that recognizes your face, or your pet’s. A digital math aide that solves quadratic equations, and teaches you to do … Read article >
They’re young. They’re visionary. And they’re using GPUs to change the world. MIT Technology Review revealed this week its annual “35 Innovators Under 35,” which lists young technologists using today’s … Read article >
Strange and exotic cityscapes. Desolate wilderness areas. Dogs that look like wookies. Flickr, one of the world’s largest photo sharing services, sees it all. And, now, Flickr’s image recognition technology can … Read article >
Self-driving cars. Computers that detect tumors. Real-time speech translation. Just a few years ago, deep learning — training computers to identify patterns and objects, much like the way humans do … Read article >
Andrew Ng doesn’t think robots will kill us. But they might take our jobs. “Maybe in hundreds of years, technology will advance to a point where there could be a … Read article >
A year-old startup that promises to cut production costs for video games and movies, won the second annual $100,000 Early Stage Challenge, at NVIDIA’s Emerging Companies Summit Wednesday. Artomatix, based … Read article >