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Nvidia Opens the Door to Deep Learning Workshops

Good news for folks looking to learn about the latest AI development techniques: Nvidia is now allowing the general public to access the online workshops it provides through its Deep Learning Institute (DLI). The GPU giant today announced today that selected workshops in the DLI catalog will be open to everybody. These workshops previously were […]

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Hardware

NVIDIA ISC21 Special Address

NVIDIA provides an in-depth overview of the latest news, innovations, and technologies in AI supercomputing from Marc Hamilton, VP of Solutions Architecture and Engineering.

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AI Hardware

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huan on the Industrial HPC Revolution

Industrial high performance computing (HPC) is at its tipping point. The combination of simulation, accelerated computing, and #AI are bringing the performance and scale required to tackle real-world, industrial problems. This presentation blew my mind.

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Deep Learning

Convolutions in Deep Learning – Interactive Demo App

deeplizard explains the importance of convolutions in deep learning. In deep learning, convolution operations are the key components used in convolutional neural networks. A convolution operation maps an input to an output using a filter and a sliding window. Use the interactive demonstration below to gain a better understanding of this process. 

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AI Hardware

GTC 2021 Keynote with NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang

NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang delivers the #GTC21 keynote, where he introduced a number of amazing breakthroughs.

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Generative AI

An AI That Makes Dog Photos

Two Minute Papers explores the paper “Training Generative Adversarial Networks with Limited Data.”

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Hardware

Gaming on a $60,000 Computer

Linus Tech Tips uses a $60,000 server as a gaming PC. There’s still time for Santa to load one in his sleigh for you. Just saying.

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Nvidia Researchers Introduces A Modular Primitive To Provide High-Performance Primitive Operations For Rasterization-Based Differentiable Rendering
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Nvidia Researchers Introduce A Modular Primitive To Provide High-Performance Primitive Operations For Rasterization-Based Differentiable Rendering

Rendering is a complex process. Its differentiation cannot be uniquely defined; thus, a straightforward integration into neural networks is impossible. Differentiable rendering (DR) constitutes a family of techniques that tackle such integration for end-to-end optimization by obtaining useful gradients of the rendering process. Nvidia and Aalto University introduce a modular primitive to provide high-performance primitive […]

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