AI FOR PUBLIC GOOD

Powering safer, more connected communities

AI IS DRIVING NEW BENEFITS ACROSS SOCIETY.

GPU-accelerated AI systems are being deployed to assist during natural disasters, keeping first responders out of harm’s way and saving lives. Smart, connected cities powered by AI will serve communities with predictive infrastructure to improve public safety, increase power usage and efficiencies, and even dramatically reduce traffic. And AI research in healthcare is examining historical data to develop customized preventative medicines and cure cancer.

NVIDIA is involved in a global effort to democratize AI for the common good. It’s made up of educators, startups, scientists, governments, and humanitarians—all with the shared goal of implementing AI for the good of all humanity.

GTC DC 2018

This event has been sold out two years running. Join us Oct. 23–24 to learn how AI is impacting the government.

NVIDIA Joins Representative Hurd on The Hill to Discuss the Future of AI

Read about the current state of AI and how the government can best use the technology, with input from private industry, academia, and NVIDIA's Dr. Ian Buck, VP and GM of accelerated computing.

SHAPE THE FUTURE.

Join experts making groundbreaking advances in AI and deep learning at the world’s largest GPU Conference.

LATEST ADVANCES IN DEEP LEARNING FOR PUBLIC GOOD

NVIDIA and Booz Allen Bring Deep Learning to Federal Government

Learn how we're working with Booz Allen Hamilton help the U.S. federal government apply deep learning techniques to key challenges in healthcare, defense, and cybersecurity.

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Solving the SpaceNet Road Detection Challenge with Deep Learning

Learn how SpaceNet raised the bar in their third challenge to detect road networks in overhead imagery around the world using deep learning.

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AI Helps Map Every Building In The U.S.

Researchers at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee developed a deep learning-based system that can map every building in the contiguous United States from satellite imagery.

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How Local Governments Are Using Virtual Computing to Better Serve Residents

Learn how two U.S. cities are spending precious dollars to serve their communities more efficiently and economically, using NVIDIA GRID virtualization technology.

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Washington Policy Makers Discuss the Future of Driving

Hear U.S. Senator Gary Peters of Michigan's take on the state of the autonomous vehicle industry and legislation to advance progress.

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New AI Approach Automatically Creates Maps from Satellite Images

Researchers at MIT developed a deep learning method called RoadTracer to build roadmaps from aerial images that are 45% more accurate than existing approaches.

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