Delivery robots

Self-driving delivery robots coming to the UK, U.S. in 2016

  Before Amazon or Google can get their delivery drones in the sky, another, much lesser known company plans to beat them to the punch — on the ground.  Skype co-founders Ahti Heinla and Janus Friis have launched Starship Technologies, a company that plans to send tiny, wheeled robots ...

2015-11-10

Chroma

CloudCutout Applies Machine Learning To Image Editing

  Danish startup CloudCutout is applying machine learning techniques to the quotidian yet pernickety process of isolating an image from a background. Their initial target market is school photography, with the aim of undercutting the market by charging half the “standard knockout” bulk cost (50c) per image. The ...

2015-08-13

Sale

Image Scaling with Neural network

  by Norman Tasfi ∙ May 06, 2015   This past summer I interned at Flipboard in Palo Alto, California. I worked on machine learning based problems, one of which was Image Upscaling. This post will show some preliminary results, discuss our model and its possible applications to Flipboard’s products. High quality and ...

2015-05-14

cudavsopencl

CUDA vs. OpenCL

  AMD vs. Nvidia: Should I go with OpenCL or CUDA? Which will perform best with my applications? If you’re looking for more information on CUDA and OpenCL, this is the article for you. We’ll give you a brief overview of what GPGPU is and look at how AMD, Nvidia, ...

2015-01-07

Flex2

NVIDIA PhysX Flex - The real power of GPU

PhysX FleX is a particle based simulation technique for real-time visual effects. Traditionally, visual effects are made using a combination of elements created using specialized solvers for rigid bodies, fluids, clothing, etc. Because FLEX uses a unified particle representation for all object types, it enables new effects where different simulated substances can interact with each ...

2014-12-11

GPU vs CPU rendering

GPU vs CPU rendering

Posted on  October 2, 2014  by Joe Pizzini As GPU render engines become more popular and feature rich, you may be thinking (for the purposes of final frame rendering) that it’s time to jump in and integrate GPUs into your workflow. The driving force behind a migration to GPU rendering has ...

2014-10-03

Tango

Google Tango - 3D Computer Vision

Project Tango - Opens Doors to 3D Computer Vision Google’s new Project Tango Tablet Developers’ Kit puts powerful new capabilities in the hands of those ready to harness the promise of computer vision. Fast-forwarding Google’s Project Tango from experimental device to developer kit, the tablet incorporates cameras optimized ...

2014-07-04

Data center

Learning Machines - GPU vs CPU

A growing number of customers are using GPUs for big data analytics to make better, real-time business decisions. This page highlights customer use cases and their techniques in big data analytics, such as machine learning, search, and sorting.   10x SPEED-UP ON IMAGE DETECTION USING NEURAL NETWORKS  Dr. Dan Ciresan, Swiss Al Lab IDSIA, ...

2014-05-24

Google Car

Google Self-Driving car

  This week, Google said they’re doing something about it, announcing that they’ve shifted the focus of their Self-Driving Car Project from cruising down freeways to mastering city streets.     The blog post, by Google’s Chris Urmson, goes to the heart of what NVIDIA’s been ...

2014-05-16

Nvida Tegra Audi 2

Nvidia Tegra inside Audi

To make a car, Audi had to blow one up   About an hour from Munich, Audi basically runs a city. Its headquarters are situated in Ingolstadt, a city of around 125,000 people. Audi employs over 35,000 here, an enormous complex housing corporate offices, research and development centers, production lines, and a large museum and visitors' ...

2014-05-10

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