GPUs Help Cut Siri’s Error Rate by Half

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Aug 25 2016

To make Siri great, Apple employed several artificial intelligence experts three years ago to apply deep learning to their intelligent mobile smart assistant. The team began training a neural net to replace the original Siri. “We have the biggest and baddest GPU farm cranking all the time,” says Alex Acero, who heads the speech team.

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HDR for UE4

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Evan Hart, posted Aug 25 2016

As you may have read in our last post, there are several things that you may want to do to provide a great HDR experience from your game. To help demonstrate these things, we went and plumbed them into the Unreal Engine. This is all available on GitHub right now for those with UE4 access.

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GPU Technology Conference 2017: Call for Submissions Now Open

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Aug 24 2016

Take part in the world’s top GPU developer event May 8 -11, 2017 in Silicon Valley where artificial intelligence, virtual reality and autonomous vehicles will take center stage. GTC 2017 provides developers and thought leaders with the opportunity to share their work with thousands of the world’s brightest minds. The 2016 event had more than

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Mobile App Helps Find Furniture You See in the Real World

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Aug 23 2016

Take a photo of a chair and a new mobile app will tell you where to buy it, and show you pictures of how it will look in various rooms. “It seems a lot of people want to buy things they see in someone else’s home or in a photo, but they don’t know where

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Share Your Science: Using Deep Learning to Automatically Detect Geophysical Features

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Aug 19 2016

Chiyuan Zhang, PhD student at MIT talks about his joint project with Shell using GPUs and deep learning to automatically detect subsurface faults from seismic traces for oil and gas exploration. Using a Tesla K80 GPU, CUDA, cuBLAS and the cuDNN-accelerated Mocha.jl deep learning framework, the researchers were able to speed-up up their experiments nearly

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