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How gaming graphics changed the world: Nvidia AI Conference Sydney
The Singularity, the hypothetical moment in time when artificial intelligence becomes capable of recursive self-improvement, could radically change human civilisation almost overnight.
NVIDIA and Arrow Electronics bring Xavier to industrial market
The new platform enables AI and robotics technology to transform manufacturing, logistics, smart cities, healthcare and more.
NVIDIA GPU Cloud adds support for Microsoft Azure
GPU-optimised deep learning and HPC software now available to thousands more data scientists, researchers and developers.
NVIDIA brings cutting edge graphics to gaming market
The RTX’s hybrid graphics are made possible by NIVIDA’s AI and ray-tracing inventions, delivering a 6x performance boost.
Video: SIGGRAPH 2018 - The art and innovation
A five-minute video highlighting some of the most interesting moments in art and innovation at SIGGRAPH 2018 in Vancouver.
NVIDIA releases major leap forward in graphics rendering
At SIGGRAPH today the Turing GPU architecture was announced, NVIDIA’s “most important innovation in computer graphics in more than a decade.”
NVIDIA unveils Quadro RTX, world’s first ray-tracing GPU
Designed for the most demanding visual computing workloads, including film and video, automotive and architecture, and scientific visualisation.
Dell EMC adds new AI management solutions
The solutions include AI libraries, compute, networking and storage, as well as deployment, support and education.
Exclusive: How CIOs can overcome the challenges of deep learning
"Until recently, the technology to support deep learning was not available."
Mobile AI market to hit US$17.83b by 2023 with APAC at its centre
The growth of the market can be attributed to demand for AI-capable processors for mobile devices, rise in cognitive computing, and AI applications.
NVIDIA’s GPU supercomputer for the office
The DGX Station is a quiet, compact GPU-powered deep learning supercomputer that is quiet and small enough to sit next to a desk.
Dell EMC & Kinetica sign OEM agreement for the 'extreme data economy'
“Innovative organisations are turning to GPU-accelerated insight engines to address extreme data challenges,” Kinetica states.
How Big Data is slowly destroying our environment
I started my career around 30 years ago at one of the largest investment banks on Wall Street. Their data center was huge.
NVIDIA introduces HGX-2, fusing HPC and AI computing
The HGX-2 cloud server platform, with multi-precision computing capabilities, supposedly provides unique flexibility.
Pure Storage adds power to Kiwi VR/AI workspace
The partnership includes the installation of a Kubernetes cluster backed by high-performance storage to accelerate the training of AI models.
Pure Storage announces plans for future proofing with automation
With the rise of automation, vendors are ensuring that their offerings are ready for the next stage of tech - and Pure Storage are no exception.
SAS a Leader in Magic Quadrant for multichannel marketing hubs
In the inaugural report from the analyst firm, SAS was positioned highest on the ability to execute axis.
GTC18 - Data visualisation: where art and science meet
Tomasz Bednarz of the UNSW EPICentre explains how he and his team are advancing data analytics by bringing technology and design under the same roof.
Video - Highlights from NVIDIA's GTC18
Last week Techday covered GTC18. Here is a quick video collating some of the more exciting images from the conference.
Pure Storage announces AI-ready infrastructure
Built by Pure Storage and powered by NVIDIA, AI-ready infrastructure (AIRI) aims to make AI-at-Scale accessible.
GTC18 - What we can gain from a fully simulated Australia
ChannelLife sat down with Professor John Taylor, a local titan of GPU-powered research, to ask about how GPU tech is going to change this country.
GTC18 - The unrelenting optimism of Jensen Huang
Jensen Huang seems to genuinely want to save the world and thinks that he may just have the answers.
GTC18 - SAS on how to make money with deep learning
“AI is for everybody,” says SAS chief data scientist Wayne Thompson in his session on how to get to RoI with artificial intelligence.
Adobe and NVIDIA partner to ‘delight artists’ with AI
The partnership aims to extend the availability of Sensei APIs and broaden its audience to developers, data scientists and partners.