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NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

CES — NVIDIA today unveiled details of its functional safety architecture for NVIDIA DRIVE™, its AI autonomous vehicle platform, which uses redundant and diverse functions to enable vehicles to operate safely, even in the event of faults related to the operator, environment or systems.

Source: NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

Programming Tensor Cores in CUDA 9

A defining feature of the new Volta GPU Architecture is its Tensor Cores, which give the Tesla V100 accelerator a peak throughput 12 times the 32-bit floating point throughput of the previous-generation Tesla P100. Tensor Cores are already supported for Deep Learning training either in a main release or via pull requests in many Deep Learning […]

The post Programming Tensor Cores in CUDA 9 appeared first on NVIDIA Developer Blog.

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NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

CES — NVIDIA today unveiled details of its functional safety architecture for NVIDIA DRIVE™, its AI autonomous vehicle platform, which uses redundant and diverse functions to enable vehicles to operate safely, even in the event of faults related to the operator, environment or systems.

Source: NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

DeepStream: Next-Generation Video Analytics for Smart Cities

Imagine every parent’s worst nightmare: a child lost in a crowded mall. Now imagine a scenario where that child is located and rescued in a matter of minutes using a network of cameras deployed within the building—and all the video is recorded, retrieved and analyzed in real time. This represents just one of many possibilities offered […]

The post DeepStream: Next-Generation Video Analytics for Smart Cities appeared first on NVIDIA Developer Blog.

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High-Performance GPU Computing in the Julia Programming Language

  Julia is a high-level programming language for mathematical computing that is as easy to use as Python, but as fast as C. The language has been created with performance in mind, and combines careful language design with a sophisticated LLVM-based compiler [Bezanson et al. 2017]. Julia is already well regarded for programming multicore CPUs and large […]

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NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

CES — NVIDIA today unveiled details of its functional safety architecture for NVIDIA DRIVE™, its AI autonomous vehicle platform, which uses redundant and diverse functions to enable vehicles to operate safely, even in the event of faults related to the operator, environment or systems.

Source: NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

AI Brings Osteoarthritis to Its Knees

Osteoarthritis — the wearing down of the protective cartilage between the bones — causes severe joint pain and is a leading cause of disability. Yet this common disease of the bones is one of the most difficult to detect and prevent in its early stages. In the U.S. alone, osteoarthritis is responsible for the majority Read article >

The post AI Brings Osteoarthritis to Its Knees appeared first on The Official NVIDIA Blog.

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NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

CES — NVIDIA today unveiled details of its functional safety architecture for NVIDIA DRIVE™, its AI autonomous vehicle platform, which uses redundant and diverse functions to enable vehicles to operate safely, even in the event of faults related to the operator, environment or systems.

Source: NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

CES 2018: NVIDIA Racks Up Awards in Gaming, Automotive

There’s no better way to leave Las Vegas than with a big bag of loot. We left the annual International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week with more than twenty awards for everything from dazzling new Big Format Gaming Display to our sophisticated NVIDIA DRIVE automotive AI platform. The awards mirror the story Read article >

The post CES 2018: NVIDIA Racks Up Awards in Gaming, Automotive appeared first on The Official NVIDIA Blog.

Source: CES 2018: NVIDIA Racks Up Awards in Gaming, Automotive

NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

CES — NVIDIA today unveiled details of its functional safety architecture for NVIDIA DRIVE™, its AI autonomous vehicle platform, which uses redundant and diverse functions to enable vehicles to operate safely, even in the event of faults related to the operator, environment or systems.

Source: NVIDIA Announces World’s First Functionally Safe AI Self-Driving Platform

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