AI-Powered ‘Nightmare Machine’ Generates Horrifying Images

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Oct 27 2016

MIT researchers developed an algorithm trained to generate horrifying images in an attempt to find the scariest faces and locations possible, and then rely on humans to see which approach makes the freakiest images.

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Texas A&M Launches New GPU-Accelerated Supercomputer

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Oct 20 2016

Texas A&M installed a new $2.1 million supercomputer with 10 times the processing power of their previous system Eos, which was launched in 2009.

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Share Your Science: GPUs Help Provide Insight on the Secrets of Solar Wind

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Oct 19 2016

Shahab Fatemi, PhD Fellow at the University of California Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory, shares how his team is using CUDA, TITAN X and Tesla K80 GPUs to develop a three-dimensional plasma model that can provide a better understanding of how sol

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Deep Learning and ROS Collide to Bring New Levels of Autonomy to Robots

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Oct 17 2016

The NVIDIA Jetson team was in Seoul, Korea last week at ROSCon. More than 450 attendees from across the globe trekked to the conference to learn and network with the ROS (Robot Operating System) community.

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Meet the GPU-Accelerated Latte-Making Robot

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Oct 12 2016

Researchers in the Robot Learning Lab at Cornell University developed a robot that can prepare a cup of latte without ever having seen the machine before – the robot does this by visually observing the machine and by reading online instruction manual

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Tackling Ebola With GPUs

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Oct 07 2016

A team of researchers from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Stanford University are using the Blue Waters supercomputer at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) to predict what antibody would most likely pair best w

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Imperial College Leveraging Deep Learning in Cybathlon’s Brain-Computer Interface Race

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Oct 06 2016

58 teams from 29 countries are participating in the world’s first ever “bionic Olympics” in Zurich, Switzerland where athletes with physical disabilities will compete side-by-side in six demanding disciplines, using the latest technologies.

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Share Your Science: Calculating High-Accuracy Molecular Energies With GPUs

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Sep 29 2016

Janus Juul Eriksen, a Ph.D. fellow at Aarhus University in Denmark, shares how he is using OpenACC to optimize and accelerate the quantum chemistry code LSDalton on the Titan Supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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Artificial Intelligence Software Easily Generates Digital Art

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Sep 15 2016

Researchers from Adobe and University of California, Berkeley developed software that automatically generates images inspired by the color and shape of the digital brushstroke.

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