Fish Out of Water: Using Drones to Help African Nations Spot Illegal Fishing

The undulating western coast of Africa is one of the most diverse fishing zones in the world, with more than 1,000 identified fish species. It’s also one of the most at risk. One of the World Wildlife Fund’s “Critical Regions of the World,” the West African marine region has been overfished for decades, with rampant Read article >

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Kampai to AI! GTC Japan Celebrates Robotics Innovations

We’re throwing a get-together in Tokyo next week for 5,000 or so of our closest friends. Actually, it’ll be more than that if you count all of the robots. GTC Japan 2018 marks our 10th GPU Technology Conference in the country, and it’s going to be the biggest and best yet. Come see how robots Read article >

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NVIDIA’s High School Robotics Interns Dive into Deep Learning

Age is just a number. And nothing proves that adage better than our latest group of high school “Jetson” interns, who spent eight weeks using deep learning and neural networks to build robots that may one day be used on our campus in Santa Clara. These talented students from local high schools brought their passion Read article >

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Jetson TX2 Powers Top Two Teams in RoboMaster AI Challenge

Take the best and brightest engineers on the planet. Give them a challenge that’s equal parts engineering, strategy and teamwork. Bring them to a battlefield in front of hundreds of roboticists and researchers. And throw in a healthy bounty of prizes for the winners. Now kick it up a notch with robots and AI. This Read article >

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Robot See, Robot Do: Bots Learn by Watching Human Behavior

Robots following coded instructions to complete a task? Old school. Robots learning to do things by watching how humans do it? That’s the future. Stanford’s Animesh Garg and Marynel Vázquez shared their research in a talk on “Generalizable Autonomy for Robotic Mobility and Manipulation” at the GPU Technology Conference last week. In lay terms, generalizable Read article >

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Snack Attack! Robby the Self-Driving Robot Delivers Food to GTC Attendees

If you’re at GTC this week and your stomach is rumbling between meals, you’re in luck. Robby, a self-driving robot from Robby Technologies, will be packed with snacks and roaming outside the halls of the San Jose Convention Center, making special deliveries to show-goers. Some 8,500 attendees have flooded into our ninth annual GPU Technology Read article >

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Connection Inflection: Verizon Building Safer, Smarter Cities Using NVIDIA Metropolis

To help make cities safer, smarter and greener, they need to be connected. And few companies know more about connecting than Verizon. It’s joined nearly 100 other companies already using NVIDIA Metropolis, our edge-to-cloud video platform for building smarter, faster deep learning-powered applications. Verizon is a leading technology company with the nation’s most reliable network Read article >

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Robotics Reimagined: NVIDIA Releases Isaac SDK to Accelerate Creating Autonomous Machines

The robotics revolution just shifted into high gear. In a move that will accelerate the development and deployment of robotics across a broad range of industries, NVIDIA announced the expansion of its Isaac platform to build robotics applications. Unveiled at the GPU Technology Conference by NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang, the Isaac software development kit Read article >

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