Robocar Climbs to New Heights at Goodwood Festival of Speed

The dynamics of racing — a human driver guiding a powerful machine to reach the finish line as fast as possible — haven’t changed much since the Goodwood Festival of Speed was founded a quarter century ago. Until now. The Roborace Robocar, a futuristic vehicle designed for the new era of driverless transportation, became the Read article >

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Smorgasbord of AI Research Gets Set Out in Stockholm by NVAIL Partners

Three pioneering research teams supported by NVIDIA AI Labs are presenting key findings this week at the International Conference on Machine Learning, a major AI show taking place in Stockholm. Known as NVAIL, our program provides these research partners with access to powerful GPU computing resources. Researchers from Tsinghua University and Georgia Tech are exploring Read article >

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Let’s Go Driverless: Daimler, Bosch Select NVIDIA DRIVE for Robotaxi Fleets

Imagine summoning a driverless car from your smartphone: Fully autonomous vehicles based on DRIVE Pegasus AI supercomputer will usher in a new era of mobility-as-a-service.

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Class Is in Session: AI App Schools on English Pronunciation

Isthmus. Nuclear. Anemone. Tricky English pronunciations are a challenge for many immigrants to the U.S. and native-born speakers alike. ELSA — which stands for English language speech assistant — aims to help with that. The three-year-old Silicon Valley startup offers an English-pronunciation app, dubbed ELSA Speak, that’s geared toward American English and available for Android Read article >

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Shock and Awe in Utah: NVIDIA CEO Springs Special Titan V GPUs on Elite AI Researchers

Some come to Utah to ascend mountain peaks, others to ski down them. At the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition conference in Salt Lake City Wednesday, NVIDIA’s Jensen Huang told top AI researchers he wanted to help them achieve a very different kind of peak performance — before unveiling a big surprise. “The number of Read article >

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Veo’s AI Camera Brings World Cup-Like Analysis to Weekend Warriors

While the best soccer players on the planet take to the pitch in this summer’s World Cup, amateur coaches can reach for the stars by adding AI to their playbooks. Veo, a Copenhagen-based startup, has created a camera for its users to place midway on a soccer field touchline (that’s the “sideline” for U.S. readers) Read article >

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SoundHound Digs Deeper Into Voice AI Market

SoundHound is learning some new AI tricks. The Silicon Valley startup, which creates AI-based voice services, has fetched $100 million in strategic investment capital as it expands its offerings. In addition to its eponymous music recognition app, SoundHound offers its Hound voice search app and Houndify voice platform for companies to create AI-powered voice services. Read article >

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Reducing False Negatives in the IDC Classifier

https://github.com/iotJumpway/IoT-JumpWay-Microsoft-Examples/tree/master/Intel-AI-DevJam-IDC/IDC-Classifier-GUI#abstractAbstractThe Intel AI DevJam Demo project, Reducing False Negatives in the IDC Classifier, provides the source codes and tutorials fo…

How AI and Deep Learning Will Enable Cancer Diagnosis Via Ultrasound

Viksit Kumar didn’t know his mother had ovarian cancer until it had reached its third stage, too late for chemotherapy to be effective. She died in a hospital in Mumbai, India, in 2006, but might have lived years longer if her cancer had been detected earlier. This knowledge ate at the mechanical engineering student, spurring Read article >

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