NVIDIA at GDC17

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David Coombes, posted Feb 15 2017

The Game Developer Conference will return to San Francisco on Feb 27th 2017 for 5 days of tutorials, presentations and the expo. This will be NVIDIA’s biggest year yet. Our booth with be packed with the hottest tech and we have 16 sponsored sessions. New for this year we have talks about deep learning, the AI technique that is revolutionizing computer science. Read on to find out more.

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Announcing The NVIDIA VR Funhouse Mod Contest Winners

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David Coombes, posted Feb 14 2017

The votes are in and we are happy to announce that Pug Putt is the winner of our first ever VR Funhouse Mod Contest!

Pug Putt narrowly beat out Stranded with Zombies and Batting Center in second and third places respectively.

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Share Your Science: Advanced Retina Assessment and Diagnostic Services

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Feb 14 2017

Nicholas Bedworth, founder of SocialEyes, shares how they are developing cost-effective mobile AI diagnostic tools that can provide critically-needed medical services to low-resource societies. “Being able to diagnose people near to where they live – at home, at work, in the community, pharmacies – we can catch these diseases very early before they develop into

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Simplifying Home Décor Shopping

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Feb 13 2017

A UK startup developed a deep learning-based platform that allows users to visualize new decorations and furniture in their own homes. Digital Bridge’s technology integrates into a home décor retailer’s website such as IKEA, Home Depot or John Lewis, and lets you take a photo of your room and remove furniture, wallpaper and other home

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Deep Learning at GDC17

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David Coombes, posted Feb 13 2017

Deep learning, a branch of artificial intelligence is revolutionizing modern computing. It is being used to develop solutions that range from improved cancer screening to self-driving cars. It has been used to create art, play games and deliver customer insights. More than 19,000 companies are currently using deep learning to advance their respective industries. At GDC this year NVIDIA will be showing how these techniques can be brought to game development.

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