NVIDIA has set six AI performance records with today’s release of the industry’s first broad set of AI benchmarks. Backed by Google, Intel, Baidu, NVIDIA and dozens more technology leaders, the new MLPerf benchmark suite measures a wide range of deep learning workloads. Aiming to serve as the industry’s first objective AI benchmark suite, it Read article >
A deluge of data is fueling AI innovation. It’s a trend that shows no sign of slowing. As organizations in every industry around the globe attempt to streamline their data pipelines and maximize data science productivity, one challenge looms large: implementing AI initiatives effectively. This is where IBM SpectrumAI with NVIDIA DGX comes in. At Read article >
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For centuries, scientists have marveled at telescopic imagery, theorized about much of what they see and drawn conclusions from their observations. More recently, astronomers and astrophysicists are using the computing performance of GPUs and AI to glean more from that imagery than ever. A research team at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and Princeton Read article >
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Artificial intelligence research in radiology has shown great promise to improve quality, access and cost of care. However, it’s going to take an army of allies to bring this research to clinical practice. And that’s why NVIDIA has been hard at work expanding our ecosystem of healthcare partners. We’re now working with 75 partners to Read article >
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AI has the potential to transform healthcare. And in few places is that potential greater than in fast-growing China, home to one of the world’s largest elderly populations. As the country’s healthcare industry works to address the needs of this aging demographic, technology is playing a central role — especially in medical imaging and analytics Read article >
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NVIDIA is teaming up with the world’s largest tech companies and the U.S.’s top supercomputing labs to accelerate data analytics and machine learning, one of the fastest growing areas of high performance computing. The new initiative marks a key moment in our work accelerating HPC, a market expected to grow considerably over the next few Read article >
For a peek at what the future of supercomputer-powered weather prediction could look like, head into the sprawling Dallas convention center where the SC18 supercomputing show has come to life. A rich map of a million square kilometers of Switzerland and its neighbors — demarcated with high- and low-pressure areas and varying winds — shimmers Read article >
The first NVIDIA DGX-2 AI supercomputers in the U.S. have arrived at the nation’s leading research labs for work driving important scientific discoveries. DGX-2 systems provide more than two petaflops of deep learning computing power from 16 NVIDIA Tesla V100 Tensor Core GPUs interconnected with NVSwitch technology. They will go to Brookhaven National Laboratory, in Read article >
Many enterprises find themselves in a bind. Their developers are clamoring to infuse the power of AI into business operations, products and services. But their IT departments, faced with on-boarding and integrating these AI-centered workloads within their infrastructure, are more cautious. Red Hat and NVIDIA have a solution with the certification of the NVIDIA DGX-1 Read article >
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NVIDIA’s third GPU Technology Conference in just over a month spilled across Tel Aviv’s convention center this week, in a packed show featuring a live demo of an AI-infused apple-picking drone, a student-built autonomous Formula One car and a two-person company that ran away with the title of Israel’s hottest startup. The second annual GTC Read article >
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