Category Archives: Deep Learning

Introducing Our Newest AMAX Family Member, Heart-Melting Specialist

On Monday, June 26th, a member of the AMAX family arrived to work and heard a weak, high-pitched cry coming from beneath a car. Upon investigation, he found a straggly gray ball of fur, which turned out to be a … Continue reading

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Fresh off GTC 2017: The Revolutionary MATRIX GPU Cloud Solution

Ten years have gone by since GPU-accelerated computing was first introduced. This year at GPU Technology Conference 2017, advances in GPU computing and methods have culminated into the most ambitious and far-reaching technical endeavor yet—Artificial Intelligence. As researchers, global enterprises, … Continue reading

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GANs: When Machines vs Machines Aspire to Greatness

In our last blog post, we touched a little upon the concept of GANs, short for Generative Adversarial Networks. GANs is a relatively new branch of unsupervised machine learning. It was first introduced by Ian Goodfellow in 2014, and has … Continue reading

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A Breakdown of AI, Machine Learning & Emerging Trends

These days, buzz around Artificial Intelligence is everywhere. You hear about self-driving cars, futuristic personal assistants, and computers beating professional human players at board games. AI has the potential to radically improve our lives with early diagnostic tools and customized … Continue reading

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Things You Should Know About NVIDIA Tesla® P100

NVIDIA’s new GPU accelerator  the NVIDIA® Tesla® P100 is a great option for both High Performance Computing (HPC) and Deep Learning workloads.  It comes in 2 different form factors, PCIe with either 12GB or 16GB of HBM2 memory and SXM2 … Continue reading

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