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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Diagnosing Brain Tumors Quicker and with Higher Accuracy

Research, CUDA, cuDNN, GeForce, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Higher Education / Academia, Image Recognition, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Medical Imaging

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Feb 09 2017

Neurosurgeons and pathologists from University of Michigan Medicine developed a new imaging technique that can be used in the operating room to diagnose brain tumors more efficiently. Today’s workflow for determining a diagnosis during an operation requires the surgeon wait for 30 to 40 minutes while tissue is sent to a dedicated pathology lab for

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This AI Selfie Transformation App Can Even Make Mona Lisa Smile

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Feb 08 2017

A new mobile app called FaceApp uses neural networks to edit your selfie via photo-realistic filters – letting you add a smile, swap genders, and can take years off your age. Developed and self-funded by a small group out of Russia in eight months, the app uses CUDA, TITAN X Pascal GPUs, Tesla K80s and

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23,000 Atoms Mapped for First Time

Research, Cluster / Supercomputing, CUDA, Government / National Labs, Higher Education / Academia, Molecular Dynamics, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Feb 06 2017

Scientists used an extremely high-resolution transmission electron microscope to capture 2D projections of the nanoparticle’s structure, and used an algorithm to stitch those together into a 3D reconstruction. The unprecedented detail sheds light on the material’s properties at the single-atom level and the insights gained from the particle’s structure could lead to new ways to

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Share Your Science: Earthquake Simulations at Extreme Scale

Research, Cluster / Supercomputing, CUDA, Geoscience, Government / National Labs, Higher Education / Academia, physics, Share Your Science, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Feb 02 2017

Phil Maechling, a computer scientist at USC’s Southern California Earthquake Center shares how they are using the Tesla GPU-accelerated Titan and Blue Waters supercomputers with CUDA to analyze the impact of earthquakes and why and when they occur. “Instead of waiting for earthquakes to happen, we do physics-based simulations of “scenario” earthquakes,” said Maechling. “We

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