Old feature gets make-over
Nvidia has a new trick for its GeForce RTX graphics cards by using AI to improve an old feature.
Deep learning has some major issues which will eventually lead it to become a dead end.
Roughly two months after the original GTC 2020 schedule, Nvidia is ready to host the GTC 2020 spring keynote. The choice of words "Get Amped” in the press release gives you an idea that 7nm Ampere might get released at that time.
SVP Raja Koduri confirms
Intel’s chief architect, senior vice president of the newly formed Core and Visual Computing Group, ex. Radeon Technology guru Raja Koduri has confirmed on Twitter that its discrete graphics will come in 2020.
RayTrace render demo
None other than Lisa Su, the fearless leader of AMD, has announced the Vega 7nm and just as Fudzilla reported a few months back this is a Radeon instinct only and it won’t make it to a gaming part. David Wang the SVP Engineering Radeon Technologies Group went into a few more details.
Slashes processing time
Big Blue Boffins claim to have developed technology that dramatically cuts the time it takes to crunch massive amounts of data and then come up with useful insights.
Deep learning enhancements, P2P payments, more efficient storage and more
During the annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, Apple announced IOS 11 for its mobile devices, complete with a new peer-to-peer payments service through iMessage, an updated Siri, a dedicated File browser, and the first major overhaul to the App Store in nine years.
“Intelligent” indoor security powered by deep learning insights
Nest Labs, the Silicon Valley-based producer of smart thermostats and security systems, has revealed an “intelligent” indoor camera with a 4K HDR image sensor that the company says is nothing short of the “best in class security camera” the industry has created thus far. Well it would say that.
Courses in healthcare, robotics, self-driving cars, financial services and more
During Nvidia’s annual GPU Technology Conference this week in San Jose, California, company officials mentioned that efforts are currently underway to train over 100,000 developers in machine learning and artificial intelligence through its Deep Learning Institute.
Seeks boost in performance, development and affordability of AI products
Last week, Intel said that it would begin collaborating with Japan based Preferred Networks (PFN) on the development of a Python-based deep learning framework to boost the performance, development and affordability of AI applications on the market.