Artificial Intelligence, Featured, machine learning and AI, motion vectors, NVDEC, NVENC, optical flow, Turing
NVIDIA’s Turing GPUs introduced a new hardware functionality for computing optical flow between images with very high performance.
Accelerated Computing, H.264, NVENC, Tesla T4, Turing, video encoding
All NVIDIA GPUs starting with Kepler support fully-accelerated hardware video encoding; GPUs starting with Fermi support fully-accelerated hardware video decoding.
Accelerated Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Nsight compute, nvprof, NVVP
Mixed precision combines different numerical precisions in a computational method. The Volta and Turing generation of GPUs introduced Tensor Cores, which provide significant throughput speedups over single precision math pipelines.
Artificial Intelligence, binary trees, Deep Learning, machine learning and AI, NCCL, NCCL 2.4, Summit
Imagine using tens of thousands of GPUs to train your neural network.
Accelerated Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Featured, FP16, machine learning and AI, Mixed Precision, Tensor Cores, Turing, Volta
Neural networks with thousands of layers and millions of neurons demand high performance and faster training times. The complexity and size of neural networks continue to grow.