Disney researchers developed tangible fireworks for blind people by using jet nozzles behind the latex screen.
Google Ads, formerly known as Google AdWords, evolved to be easier, smarter.
According to Prad.de, some companies are using 4k panel in their 1440p monitors.
This happens because, as it said, the costs of producing a 27-inch 3840 x 2160 panel is often lower than producing a 27-inch 2560 x 1440 QHD panel. Which manufacturers might be engaging in this practice is not mentioned, however.
Researchers from NVIDIA developed a deep-learning based system that can convert 30fps video to 240fps slow-motion videos.
By using four Tesla V100 GPUs, NVLink interconnect technology, and custom liquid cooling system, this desktop size supercomputer features 128GB of GPU memory and 20,480 NVIDIA CUDA cores which can deliver 500 TFLOPS raw power.
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A UK based startup, Memrise, uses machine learning AI to its app to personalize teaching method to each users.
By using machine learning, the system knows what you already know. Using that information, the system helps you to memorize characters, vocabulary, and phrases.
The app is now available with 20 language courses, which includes: Arabic, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Turkish.
Nvidia built world’s fastest supercomputer, Summit, for the U.S. Department of Energy. Summit is powered by 27,648 Nvidia Volta Tensor Core GPUs, which can perform more than 3 exaops, or 3 billion calculations per second. At total, this supercomputer can crank up to 200 petaflops.