1:10AM Tuesday 19 March
Artificial intelligence and machine learning is the buzzword not only in tech but even in the enterprise. Even for some developers, however, AI remains an almost esoteric field accessible only to those with beefy computers that can handle the workload. Read More »
125 Days Ago NVIDIA has shown that AI can use a simple representation of a landscape to render a photorealistic vista that doesn't exist anywhere in the real world.
127 Days Ago Sophisticated AI generally isn't an option for homebrew devices when the mini computers can rarely handle much more than the basics. NVIDIA thinks it can do better -- it's unveiling an entry-level AI computer, the Jetson Nano, that's aimed at "develo...
126 Days Ago Nvidia's new AI tool can fake perfect, Instagram-ready vacation photos.
123 Days Ago Nvidia announced an expanded array of RTX server solutions designed to leverage the power of ray-tracing at GTC 2019. The effort will help Nvidia take on Google's Stadia in game streaming with GeForce Now, and the company's investments in GPU tech will help it battle rival AMD and newcomer Intel.
125 Days Ago Imagine if you had the power to turn your old-school Microsoft Paint doodles into actual art. Well, NVIDIA's latest AI-driven software can do just that. The GauGAN image creator, named after the French post-Impressionist painter, uses generative adve...
124 Days Ago Seagate has announced it has teamed up with HPE and Nvidia to develop its artificial intelligence (AI) platform Project Athena, with which the hard disc drive (HDD) maker's investments in clean room can be reduced by 20% and time spent on the manufacturing cut by 10%.
127 Days Ago Today at GTC 2019 Nvidia launched a new member of the Jetson family: The new Jetson Nano. The Jetson family of products represents Nvidia new focus on robotics, AI and autonomous machine applications.
127 Days Ago In recent years, advances in AI have produced algorithms for everything from image recognition to instantaneous translation. But when it comes to applying these advances in the real world, we’re only just getting started.