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Carter, built on a Segway RMP 210 robotic mobility platform, uses a lidar sensor and a stereoscopic camera to navigate the world around it.

This blog post was originally published at NVIDIA's website. It is reprinted here with the permission of NVIDIA.

At NVIDIA, the robots are being taught to weave their way through the workplace. It helps that, as Ankhit, an NVIDIA Linux systems administrator discovered, they come bearing popcorn.

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From desktop computers to MRI scanners, diagnostic monitors and X-Ray machines, Intel has been at the forefront of healthcare transformation

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Deep learning networks can be trained with lower precision for high throughput by halving storage requirements and memory traffic on tensors

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Reducing model precision is an efficient way to accelerate inference on processors that support low precision math.

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As cities expand and competition for space increases, managing vital green spaces is becoming increasingly important.

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Nearly 19 million acres of forests are destroyed annually, equal to 27 football pitches a minute.

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You don’t need to be an an academic or to work for a big company to get into AI. You can just be a guy with a GeForce 1080 Ti and a GAN.

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You don’t need to be an an academic or to work for a big company to get into AI.

You can just be a guy with an NVIDIA GeForce 1080 Ti and a generative adversarial network.

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It’s difficult to predict the future of technology, but VIA is involved in several key technologies that will drive innovation in 2019.

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Technologies developed for fully autonomous vehicles can improve the advanced driver assistance systems already in wide use.

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Developers don’t want to start from scratch every time they build a deep learning neural network.
A guide to the top deep learning frameworks for AI research.

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Think of a deep learning framework as a grocery store.

Rather than laboring in their own backyard farms, most people shop at markets when they want to whip up a meal.

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Anomaly detection is the process of identifying abnormal events, also known as anomalies, using advanced detection techniques, such as DNNs.

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