Some will quaff the crisp Klsch. Others will sample the savory pork knuckle. But all of the 350,000 gamers crowding into Cologne this week for the world‘s largest gamer gathering will feast on the latest that gaming has to offer. With PC gaming thriving like never before, we couldn‘t wait for Gamescom 2017 to begin  The post Winner Winner, Schnitzel Dinner: Gamers Get Peek at What‘s Next at Gamescom appeared first on The Offic
Rain, even several days of torrential downpours, wasn‘t about to end the parade of driverless vehicle events at this year‘s Formula Student Germany competition. Teams of university students have been working tirelessly for months to get to ready for the competition, which wrapped up Sunday in Hockenheim, Germany, about an hour‘s drive south of Frankfurt.  The post NVIDIA DRIVE PX Gets Inside Track with Self-Driving Racecars ap
Arctic sea ice that once foiled bold explorers and led sailors to their deaths is melting as the Earth warms. But instead of making seafaring safer, melting ice creates new perils for ships, and the people in northern communities who depend on them for food, fuel and other goods. To change that, Martin Richard, aprofessor  The post On Thin Ice: How AI Predicts Melting of Sea Ice appeared first on The Official NVIDIA Blog.
What‘s a journalism and politics major from Ithaca College in upstate New York doing interning at NVIDIA, which focuses on AI, self-driving cars and VR? Believe me, I asked myself the same question. I never thought I would be writing on subjects such as intelligent drones protecting endangered species in Africa, a Chinese startup building  The post Color Me Green: Summer Interns Living the Life NVIDIA appeared first on The Official NVIDIA
Volkswagen and NVIDIA are looking to help five top startups put the pedal to the metal in the race to bring new technology to the automotive industry. The companies selected will join the Startup Collaboration Space at the Volkswagen Data:Lab in Munich, for a 14-week program. The call for applications is open until Sept. 15.  The post Start Your Engines: VW, NVIDIA Seeking AI Startups for Collaboration appeared first on The Official NVIDIA Blog
The stakes are high. The crowds - online and off - are enormous. So the gear better be great. That‘s why the world‘s top Counter-Strike: Global Offensive teams will battle it out in the sixth season of the ESL Pro League for a 1 million prize pool on rigs equipped with our GeForce GTX GPUs.  The post World‘s Largest CS:GO‘ League Selects NVIDIA GeForce appeared first on The Official NVIDIA Blog.
NVIDIA GPU Ventures has joined a group of investors led by Chinese social media company Sina in investing more than 20 million in Chinese startup TuSimple. Formed in 2015, TuSimple develops technology for autonomous long-distance freight delivery. TuSimple uses NVIDIA GPUs, NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2, Jetson TX2, CUDA, TensorRT and cuDNN to develop its autonomous  The post NVIDIA Invests in Chinese Autonomous Truck Startup TuSimple appeared first on The
Imagine Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as an algorithm. Or the next Hans Zimmer as a computer. At our annual GTC Technology Conference in May, our video from the keynote, titled ‘I Am AI,‘ featured music that was composed by AI itself. To accomplish this, we enlisted the help of Pierre Barreau and his startup, Aiva Technologies,  The post AI Podcast: The Next Hans Zimmer? How AI May Create Music for Videogames, Exercise Routines appeared f
In the classic 1966 science fiction film ‘Fantastic Voyage,‘ a team of doctors and a space-aged submarine are shrunken and injected into an injured scientist to repair a brain clot. While microscopic medical teams are not yet journeying into the human body, a combination of AI, deep learning and GPUs is giving us a similar  The post 20,000 Leagues Into Your Bowels: How GPUs Are Helping to Diagnose Gastrointestinal Anomalies appeared
Some robots played soccer. Others tackled picking and packing duties in a simulated warehouse. Still others competed to see which could tackle household chores, like setting the table. 100,000 spectators - including 3,000 students and scientists - joined thousands of robots like these last week in Nagoya, Japan, for RoboCup 2017, the world‘s largest robotics  The post Researchers and Robots Swarm Japan‘s RoboCup Competition appeared
Whether it‘s helping neural networks learn how to learn or getting them to work with pseudo-labeled data, most of the advances in deep learning and artificial intelligence have happened in research labs. Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley, Switzerland‘s IDSIA and the University of Tokyo have used the DGX-1 to take their deep  The post NVAIL Partners Showcase Groundbreaking Work at World‘s Top Machine Learn