Production Deep Learning with NVIDIA GPU Inference Engine

Features, Deep Learning, Deep Neural Networks, GPU Inference Engine, Inference

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jun 19 2016

Today at ICML 2016, NVIDIA announced its latest Deep Learning SDK updates, including DIGITS 4, cuDNN 5.1 (CUDA Deep Neural Network Library) and the new GPU Inference Engine. NVIDIA GPU Inference Engine (GIE) is a high-performance deep learning inference solution for production environments. Power efficiency and speed of response are two key metrics for deployed

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Inside Pascal: NVIDIA’s Newest Computing Platform

Features, Deep Learning, GPU, pascal, Tesla P100, Unified Memory

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jun 19 2016

At the 2016 GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced the new NVIDIA Tesla P100, the most advanced accelerator ever built. Based on the new NVIDIA Pascal GP100 GPU and powered by ground-breaking technologies, Tesla P100 delivers the highest absolute performance for HPC, technical computing, deep learning, and many computationally intensive

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Autonomous Robot Starts Work as Office Manager

News, Research, Computer Vision, Higher Education / Academia, Image Processing, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Video Processing

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jun 17 2016

Programmed with the latest artificial intelligence software, Betty will spend the next two months working as an office manager at Transport Systems Catapult monitoring staff and check environmental conditions. The robot, developed by engineers at the University of Birmingham, uses NVIDIA GPUs for various forms of computer vision — like feature extraction — and 3D

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Autonomous Robotic Surgery Moving to Reality, With Help of GPUs

Corporate, GPU Computing, Science, Social Impact

Lan Malin, posted Jun 17 2016

When you’re headed into surgery, you want a doc with unmatched skill, proven experience and steady hands. Or maybe just a really good robot. Researchers at the Children’s National Medical Center, in Washington, D.C., are advancing this pursuit by having robot surgeons perform soft-tissue operations autonomously. A Guiding “Hand” Robot-assisted surgery can be traced back […]

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New App Uses Deep Learning to Suggest Emojis

News, Cloud, Image Processing, Internet / Communications, Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Media & Entertainment, Tesla

Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jun 16 2016

Dango is a new mobile that automatically suggests the best emoji, stickers and GIF images to include in your text conversations. The app relies on a neural network to understand the context of your conversation and predict the best visuals to help you communicate. To do this, the developers used the Theano deep learning framework

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