EVERY INDUSTRY IS AWAKENING TO AI.

Deep learning is already being used in the automotive industry, healthcare, and many more. 

HOMES ARE ABOUT TO GET A LOT SMARTER.

SHIELD, with hands-free voice control, will bring AI to the living room and beyond.

DEEP LEARNING TRAINING AND INFERENCE.

Tech journalist Michael Copeland explains the difference in a readable way.

SEE YOUR LIFE'S WORK REALIZED, WITH AI.

Preventing disease. Building smart cities. Revolutionizing analytics. These are just a few things happening today with AI and, specifically, deep learning. Deep learning was only a theory until recently when teams around the world started using NVIDIA GPUs. Already, organizations are using deep learning to transform moonshots into real results.

The Intelligent Industrial Revolution

Intelligent machines powered by AI computers that can learn, reason, and interact with people are no longer science fiction. A new era of computing is here. Read blog >

Helping the Blind Navigate the World

Using GPU-powered deep learning, a new wearable device called Horus describes what its users are “seeing.”  Read blog >

 

 

Democratizing AI for Greater Good

OpenAI’s Greg Brockman is leading the way with a non-profit focused on advancing digital intelligence that can benefit humanity as a whole. Watch video >

Technology Highlight

Technology Highlight

MIT Tech Review spotlights NVIDIA® DGX-1™: Business editor Elizabeth Woyke gives the low-down on the “The Pint-Size Supercomputer That Companies are Scrambling to Get”.  Read article >

Tune In: The AI Podcast

Tune In: The AI Podcast

Listen to the world’s leading AI experts discussing how AI works, how it’s evolving, and how it’s being used across industries. Listen now >

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