NVIDIA Extends PhysX for High-Fidelity Simulations, Goes Open Source

Autonomous Machines, Corporate, Gaming, Software, PhysX

Lan-Marie Malin, posted Dec 03 2018

NVIDIA PhysX, the most popular physics simulation engine on the planet, is going open source. We’re doing this because physics simulation — long key to immersive games and entertainment — turns out to be more important than we ever thought.

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Startup Deploys AI-Enabled Vision to Deliver Clicks to Retail’s ‘Bricks’

Corporate, Artificial Intelligence, Jetson

Lan-Marie Malin, posted Oct 26 2018

Amazon knows exactly how many seconds you pace around their site while shopping for running shoes. But brick-and-mortar retailers stumble when it comes to measuring foot traffic. Motionloft promises to put them in step.

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Amid Robotics Revolution, GTC Japan Celebrates All Things Autonomous

Corporate, Deep Learning, Driving, Research, Automotive, Events, GTC

Lan-Marie Malin, posted Sep 12 2018

With artificial intelligence powering the smart phones in our hands and the drones roaming our skies, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang unveiled plans to make all our devices more intelligent.

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Autonomous Robotic Surgery Moving to Reality, With Help of GPUs

Corporate, GPU Computing, Science, Social Impact

Lan-Marie 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.

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AI, VR, Robotics Startups Vie for $100,000 Next Month in Silicon Valley

Corporate, GTC 2016

Lan-Marie Malin, posted Mar 16 2016

Some of the brightest startups in the tech world go head-to-head next month, vying for $100,000 and a shot at glory.

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

Jetson, Corporate

Lan-Marie 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.

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How AlemHealth Uses GPUs to Transform Health Care Delivery in Developing World

Corporate

Lan-Marie Malin, posted Nov 04 2015

During a medical crisis, time lost can mean lives lost. The problem can be acute in developing nations, where the latest medical equipment, personnel and expertise may be scarce.

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Continents Apart, Two Students Share a Common Language: They Speak Robot

Corporate, mobile, Embedded Computing, Jetson, mobility

Lan-Marie Malin, posted Oct 28 2015

Two students, separated by different cultures and thousands of miles, share a common language. They speak robot. Doctoral candidate Raffaello Bonghi splits his time between Italy and France. Ryan Beethe is an undergrad in Colorado.

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