Developing New Materials with GPU-Accelerated Supercomputers

Research, Academic, CUDA, Material Science, Molecular Dynamics, Monte Carlo, Python, SuperComputing

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 07 2016

Research Area Specialist Dr. Joshua A. Anderson at University of Michigan was an early user of GPU computing technology. He began his career developing software on the first CUDA capable GPU, and now runs simulations on one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers. His “contributions to the development and dissemination of the open source, GPU-enabled

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Upcoming Webinar: Machine Learning and Computer Vision are Redefining Visual Search

Events, Defense, Image Classification, Machine Learning, Video Classification, webinar

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jan 06 2016

Every second, Millions of videos are generated and consumed every second. From the projected 859 petabytes of footage from surveillance cameras to the over two billion images and videos uploaded daily to social platforms, visual content is exploding. However, huge gaps exist between simply storing lots of data and the intelligent, insightful, and actionable understanding

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Android M support now available in new NVIDIA CodeWorks for Android 1R4!

GameWorks, Android, CodeWorks, AndroidWorks, Developer Tools

Eric Foo, posted Dec 23 2015

Today, we've released NVIDIA CodeWorks for Android 1R4. Release 1R4 adds full tools, libraries, samples support for the latest Android M (Marshmallow) release.

CodeWorks for Android is a professional grade solution providing a comprehensive set of GPU and CPU tools with debugging, profiling and system trace capabilities and accompanying SDKs and libraries for Android development - not only on Tegra powered devices.

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Coolest Course Ever: MIT Prof Spurs Students to Build Robotic Racecars from Jetson TK1 Kits

Jetson, Corporate

Lan Malin, posted Dec 03 2015

Four robot mini-cars. A complex network of tunnels. A race against the clock. This was the final test crafted by an MIT professor for what could be the greatest college class ever. Despite the course title’s tortuous name — Rapid Autonomous Complex-Environment Competing Ackermann-steering Robot — its acronym, RACECAR, gets students’ curiosity revving. The students’ challenge: Build a self-driving mini-robot car that can zip around a tunnel maze track while navigating its twists and turns.

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NVIDIA SHIELD tablet K1, still the best tablet for Game Developers

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David Coombes, posted Nov 17 2015

The recently updated SHIELD tablet K1 is still one of the most powerful tablets money can buy. It’s a great platform for gamers, but we think it’s also the best device for Android developers as well.

Here are 4 reasons why:

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