Ready for Takeoff: Off-the-Shelf Jetson TX1 Carrier Boards Let Developers Soar

Embedded Computing, Enterprise, mobile, Jetson

Lan Malin, posted Feb 23 2016

Developers looking to bring deep learning to drones, robots and other embedded computing applications can now get a head start. Connect Tech Inc.

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

Jetson, Corporate

Lan 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 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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Korean High-Schoolers Develop Supercomputing Skills, and May Just Change the World

Lan Malin, posted Nov 03 2015

Invite 60 gifted high-schoolers to a week-long supercomputing camp. Train them on how to accelerate applications using GPUs. Organize them into small groups, each with their own stack of Jetson TK1 devkits, and set them lose. Supercomputing camp

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

Corporate, mobile, Embedded Computing, Jetson, mobility

Lan 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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