Share Your Science: Accelerating Graph Analytics with GPUs

Research, Big Data & Data Mining, Business Intelligence & Analytics, Medical and LifeSciences, Share Your Science, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Mar 04 2016

Brad Bebee, CEO of Blazegraph, shares how their Blazegraph GPU solution is using Tesla K40/K80 GPUs to accelerate graph queries and very large scale graph analytics. Drug discovery researchers are employing their solution and using graph analytics to identify new disease treatment possibilities for existing approved drugs. Watch Brad’s talk “Overcoming the Barriers of Graphs on GPUs:

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Facebook Donating 200 GPUs to European Researchers

News, Research, Higher Education / Academia, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Medical and LifeSciences, Medical Imaging, Molecular Dynamics

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Mar 03 2016

The Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research (FAIR) lab announced a new Research Partnership Program to spur advances in Artificial Intelligence and machine learning — Facebook will be giving out 25 servers powered with GPUs, free of charge. The first recipient to receive 32 GPUs in four GPU servers is Klaus-Robert Müller of TU Berlin. “Dr. Müller

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Mysterious Radio Burst Pinpointed to Distant Galaxy

Research, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Big Data & Data Mining, Medical and LifeSciences, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Mar 02 2016

For the first time, astronomers have tracked down the location of a fast radio burst (FRB), confirming these short but spectacular flashes of radio waves originate in the distant universe. Australian astronomers announced last week that they successfully used Tesla GPUs and CSIRO radio telescopes in eastern Australia and Japan’s Subaru telescope in Hawaii to

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DX12 Do's & Don'ts Updated

DX12, GameWorks, GameWorks Expert Developer

Holger Gruen, posted Mar 01 2016

Since our last update to the DX12 Do’s & Don’ts we have learned and seen a lot more DX12 games and found that we can be more specific about our advice to developers.

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GPUs Help Measure Rising Sea Levels in Real-Time

Research, Climate/Weather/Ocean Modeling, CUDA, GeForce, Higher Education / Academia, Medical and LifeSciences, Social Impact, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Feb 29 2016

Sea levels have traditionally been measured by marks on land – but the problem with this approach is that parts of the earth’s crust move too. A group of researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden are using GPS receivers along the coastline in combination with reflections of GPS signals that bounce off the

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