Image Segmentation Using DIGITS 5

Features, Computer Vision, Deep Learning, DIGITS, Image Segmentation

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Nov 10 2016

Today we’re excited to announce NVIDIA DIGITS 5. DIGITS 5 comes with a number of new features, two of which are of particular interest for this post: a fully-integrated segmentation workflow, allowing you to create image segmentation datasets and visualize the output of a segmentation network, and the DIGITS model store, a public online repository

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New Compiler Features in CUDA 8

Features, C++, Compilation, CUDA, CUDA 8, Runtime Compilation

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Nov 07 2016

CUDA 8 is one of the most significant updates in the history of the CUDA platform. In addition to Unified Memory and the many new API and library features in CUDA 8, the NVIDIA compiler team has added a heap of improvements to the CUDA compiler toolchain. The latest CUDA compiler incorporates many bug fixes, optimizations and support

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Restb.ai Offers Custom Computer Vision as a Service

News, Research, CUDA, cuDNN, DIGITS, GeForce, Image Recognition, Internet / Communications, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Media & Entertainment

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Nov 04 2016

The Barcelona-based startup developed a deep learning algorithm to determine in real-time what is in a particular image. RestB is commercializing their high-precision models by charging customers an initial training fee to build a custom model for their needs and charging per API call thereafter. “If we take a picture of a city, (other company’s

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AI Camera Might One Day Detect Lies Better Than a Polygraph

News, Research, CUDA, GeForce, Image Recognition, Internet / Communications, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Media & Entertainment

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Nov 04 2016

The Russian machine learning firm Tselina Data Lab developed a deep learning-based camera algorithm called Fraudoscope that detects lies on facial emotions. Trained with CUDA and TITAN X GPUs, the lie-detecting app uses a high-definition camera to observe an interrogation and decode the results. The camera focuses on the interviewee — the software maps changing

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