Making Ultrasounds Ultra-Speedy with Deep Learning

Abdominal ultrasound tests for organ abnormalities haven’t changed much in the past decade, with a doctor moving a wand over the patient’s abdomen to gaze at blurry images. But the process could get accelerated by a thousand times with improved accuracy, based on deep learning…

Jensen Huang’s Speech at Unveiling of Energy Department’s Summit Supercomputer

Secretary Perry, Governor Haslam, Senator Alexander, Director Zacharia, Ginnie, John, and the IBM team, and all of the amazing researchers of Oak Ridge National Laboratory, it’s a great pleasure to be here today to inaugurate the Summit supercomputer. Summit is a remarkable machine. The fastest…

Summit GPU Supercomputer Enables Smarter Science

Today the world of open science received its greatest asset in the form of the Summit supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). This represents an historic milestone because it is the world’s first supercomputer fusing high performance, data-intensive, and AI computing into one system….

Reaching the Summit: Accelerated Computing Powering World’s Fastest Supercomputer

Call it the most powerful scientific tool ever built. Call it a new paradigm of computing. Just don’t call it slow, because whatever number you look at, Summit — which made its debut Friday at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory — is flat-out fast. This…

Accelerating Large-Scale Object Detection with TensorRT

Detecting the presence of humans accurately is critical to a variety of applications, ranging from medical monitoring in nursing homes to large-scale video analytics in various environments. High performance for deep learning training makes it possible to create robust and generalizable models for objects, humans,…

How AI and Deep Learning Will Enable Cancer Diagnosis Via Ultrasound

Viksit Kumar didn’t know his mother had ovarian cancer until it had reached its third stage, too late for chemotherapy to be effective. She died in a hospital in Mumbai, India, in 2006, but might have lived years longer if her cancer had been detected…

GPUs Help Dengue Fever Researchers Slow Time

Nicknamed “breakbone fever,” illnesses caused by the dengue virus are not only as painful as they sound, but also occur in hundreds of millions of people per year, killing about 20,000 annually. By using NVIDIA Tesla GPUs, however, a research team at Colorado State University…

NVIDIA’s Ultimate Gaming Platform Comes to Ultimate Tech Trade Show

Whether you’re looking for motherboards or mice, cables or computer cases, you’ll find it — or get lost looking for it — amid the massive displays crowding the floor of Computex, one of the world’s largest trade shows, this week in Taipei. To help gamers…

NVIDIA Isaac Launches New Era of Autonomous Machines

Computex—NVIDIA today announced the availability of NVIDIA Isaac, a new platform to power the next generation of autonomous machines, bringing artificial intelligence capabilities to robots for manufacturing, logistics, agriculture, construction and many other industries. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author: