NVIDIA IGNITES THE AI BIG BANG

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the use of computers to simulate human intelligence

Learning from data — a computer’s version of life experience — is how AI evolves. GPU computing powers the computation required for deep neural networks to learn to recognize patterns from massive amounts of data.

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AI-POWERED WEATHER FORECASTING

Weather forecasting involves processing vast amounts of data to derive predictions that can save lives and protect property. Colorful Clouds is using GPU deep learning with CUDA to speed the processing of data by 30-50x. It’s location-based reporting tool can forecast and communicate weather and air-quality conditions with high-accuracy in real-time.

AI-POWERED DESTINATION PREDICTION AND ROUTE PLANNING

Since inventing the car in 1886, Mercedes-Benz has never stopped reinventing it. And now Mercedes-Benz is using AI to enhance the user experience behind the wheel by having its cars predict where drivers want to go.

Trained on driver behavior data from 24,000 road trips, the NVIDIA GPU-accelerated destination prediction AI learns the driver’s habits over time in order to make better suggestions.

ai-powered destination route planning
image recognition technology

NEXT GEN AI-POWERED IMAGE RECOGNITION SOLUTIONS

Fast and easy-to-implement functionalities are vital in helping organizations enhance services.

Imagga - a global provider of platform-as-a-service and customized on-premise AI-based image recognition solutions - helps developers and enterprises optimize image-based projects and quickly build scalable, image-intensive cloud apps.

With an API and solutions built on the NVIDIA DGX Station to speed training and inference, Imagga has sped service delivery by up to 88%, while maintaining high levels of accuracy.

A RADIOLOGY LIBRARY FOR THE WORLD

AI holds enormous promise for advancing medical imaging, but well-annotated datasets are hard to come by. Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have created an auto-annotation system leveraging deep learning, NVIDIA GPUs and the CUDA programming model. The NIH research could lead to the creation of a global library of datasets for medical researchers.

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