Path Math: How AI Can Find a Way Around Pathologist Shortage

Ever since a Dutch cloth merchant accidentally discovered bacteria in 1676, microscopes have been a critical tool for medicine. Today’s microscopes are 800,000 times more powerful than the human eye, but they still need a person to scrutinize what’s under the lens. That person is usually a pathologist — and that’s a problem. Worldwide, there Read article >

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DRIVE Xavier, World’s First Single-Chip Self-Driving Car Processor, Gets Approval from Top Safety Experts

Automotive safety isn’t a box you check. It’s not a feature. Safety is the whole point of autonomous vehicles. And it starts with a new class of computer, a new type of software and a new breed of chips. Safety is designed into the NVIDIA DRIVE compute…

DRIVE Xavier, World’s First Single-Chip Self-Driving Car Processor, Gets Approval from Top Safety Experts

Automotive safety isn’t a box you check. It’s not a feature. Safety is the whole point of autonomous vehicles. And it starts with a new class of computer, a new type of software and a new breed of chips. Safety is designed into the NVIDIA DRIVE computer for autonomous vehicles from the ground up. Experts Read article >

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What’s the Difference Between VR, AR and MR?

Get up. Brush your teeth. Put on your pants. Go to the office. That’s reality. Now, imagine you can play Tony Stark in Iron Man or the Joker in Batman. That’s virtual reality. Advances in VR have enabled people to create, play, work, collaborate and explore in computer-generated environments like never before. VR has been Read article >

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Hidden Figures: How AI Could Spot a Silent Cancer in Time to Save Lives

It’s no wonder Dr. Elliot Fishman sounds frustrated when he talks about pancreatic cancer. As a diagnostic radiologist at Johns Hopkins Hospital, one of the world’s largest centers for pancreatic cancer treatment, he has the grim task of examining pancreatic CT scans for signs of a disease that’s usually too advanced to treat. Because symptoms Read article >

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Getting Brainy in Brisbane: NVIDIA Talks Robots, Research at ICRA

We’re bringing NVIDIA researchers — the brains behind our bots — to the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) in Brisbane, Australia, from May 21-25. And they want to meet you. Held annually since 1984, ICRA has become a premier forum for robotics researchers from across the globe to present their work. The conference Read article >

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