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Upcoming Webinar: Machine Learning and Computer Vision are Redefining Visual Search

Upcoming Webinar: Machine Learning and Computer Vision are Redefining Visual Search

Upcoming Webinar: Machine Learning and Computer Vision are Redefining Visual Search

Every second, Millions of videos are generated and consumed every second. From the projected 859 petabytes of footage from surveillance cameras to the over two billion images and videos uploaded daily to social platforms, visual content is exploding. However, huge gaps exist between simply storing lots of data and the intelligent, insightful, and actionable understanding of this visual media.

Join NVIDIA and NerVve for a free webinar on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM PST to see how GPUs are accelerating machine learning to improve visual search.

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Learn how this deluge of content is driving the evolution of video search technology, the role that GPUs play in this computationally-intense arena, and use cases for how this technology is applied today.

AI Legend Gill Pratt of Toyota to Keynote at GPU Technology Conference

AI Legend Gill Pratt of Toyota to Keynote at GPU Technology Conference

AI Legend Gill Pratt of Toyota to Keynote at GPU Technology Conference

Gill Pratt, CEO of the Toyota Research Institute and one of the world’s leading figures in artificial intelligence will be a keynote speaker at the GPU Technology Conference in Silicon Valley on April 7.

Pratt joined Toyota in 2015 from the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency where he led the DARPA Robotics Challenge. His move to the world’s largest automaker was widely covered and is a recent example the key role deep learning will be play in the future of the automotive industry – and GPUs will play a large part in the movement.

At Toyota, he will work on improving the safety of vehicles and make driving accessible to more people.

Watch his talk on the future of automobiles at the Toyota press conference during the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

To register for the conference, visit GTC registration page.

Real-Time Pedestrian Detection using Cascades of Deep Neural Networks

Real-Time Pedestrian Detection using Cascades of Deep Neural Networks

Real-Time Pedestrian Detection using Cascades of Deep Neural Networks

Google Research presents a new real-time approach to object detection that exploits the efficiency of cascade classifiers with the accuracy of deep neural networks. Pedestrian detectors is very important as it relates to a variety of applications including advanced driver assistance systems, or surveillance systems. The need for very high-accurate and real-time speed is crucial that can be relied on and are fast enough to run on systems with limited compute power.

Real-Time Pedestrian Detection using Cascades of Deep Neural Networks

Real-Time Pedestrian Detection using Cascades of Deep Neural Networks

The research team combined a fast cascade with a cascade of deep neural networks which is both very fast, running in real-time at 67 milliseconds on GPU per image or 15 frames per second. Their approach was trained using the publicly available ‘cuda-convnet2’ code  running on an NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPU.

Detecting Objects from Space with Artificial Intelligence

Detecting Objects from Space with Artificial Intelligence

Detecting Objects from Space with Artificial Intelligence

To reveal deeper insights into important activities taking place around the world, DigitalGlobe’s advanced satellite constellation collects nearly 4 million km2 of high-resolution earth imagery each day.

The company announced they will now rely on NVIDIA GPUs and deep learning to automatically identify objects such as airplanes, vehicles, and gray elephants, as well as to detect patterns from their massive volumes of big data satellite imagery.

Object recognition results from DigitalGlobe’s deep learning software

Object recognition results from DigitalGlobe’s deep learning software

This technology has a wide variety of uses within defense and intelligence, civil agencies, mapping and analysis, environmental monitoring, oil and gas exploration, infrastructure management, Internet portals, and navigation technology.

Diagnosing Cancer with Deep Learning and GPUs

Diagnosing Cancer with Deep Learning and GPUs

Diagnosing Cancer with Deep Learning and GPUs

Using GPU-accelerated deep learning, researchers at The Chinese University of Hong Kong pushed the boundaries of cancer image analysis in a way that could one day save physicians and patients precious time.

The team used a TITAN X GPU to win the 2015 Gland Segmentation Challenge held at the Medical Image Computing and Computer conference, the world’s leading conference on medical imaging.

Traditionally, pathologists diagnose cancer by looking for abnormalities in tumor tissue and cells under a microscope, but it’s a time-consuming process that is open to error.

An overview of the team’s proposed framework

An overview of the team’s proposed framework

The research team trained their deep convolutional neural network on a set of images of known abnormalities. They then used this training for segmenting individual glands from tissues to make it easier to distinguish individual cells, determine their size, shape and location relative to other cells. By calculating these measurements, pathologists can determine the likelihood of malignancy.

“Training with GPUs was 100 times faster than with CPUs,” said Hao Chen, a third-year Ph.D. student and member of the team that developed the solution. “That speed is going to become even more important as we advance our work.”

Accelerating Microsoft Cortana and Skype Translator

Microsoft Cortana

Alexey Kamenev, Software Engineer at Microsoft Research talks about their open-source Computational Network Toolkit (CNTK) for deep learning, which describes neural networks as a series of computational steps via a directed graph. Kamenev also shares a bit about how they’re using GPUs, the CUDA Toolkit and GPU-accelerated libraries for the variety of Microsoft products that benefit from deep learning, such as speech recognition for Skype Translator and Cortana.

“Basically, right now the whole world of deep learning is using GPUs and Microsoft is not an exception,” said Alexey.

Watch Alexey’s presentation about CNTK in the NVIDIA GPU Technology Theater at SC15: Watch Now

Deep Learning Helps Robot Learn to Walk the Way Humans Do

Deep Learning Helps Robot Learn to Walk the Way Humans Do

Deep Learning Helps Robot Learn to Walk the Way Humans Do

University of California, Berkeley researchers are using deep learning and NVIDIA GPUs to create a new generation of robots that adapt to changing environments and new situations without a human reprogramming them.

Their robot “Darwin” learned how to keep his balance on an uneven surface – and GPUs were essential for learning of this complexity.

“If we did the training on CPU, it would have required a week. With a GPU, it ended up taking three hours,” said Igor Mordatch, who is now using GPUs hosted in the Amazon Web Services cloud.

Without being taught, the deep learning robot rises from the floor to a standing position.

This type of humanoid robots could one day tackle dangerous tasks like handling rescue efforts or cleaning up disaster areas.

New GPU Computing Model for Artificial Intelligence

New GPU Computing Model for Artificial Intelligence

New GPU Computing Model for Artificial Intelligence

Yann LeCun, Director of Facebook AI Research, invited NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang to speak at “The Future of AI” symposium at NYU, where industry leaders discussed the state of AI and its continued advancement.

Jen-Hsun published a blog on his talk that coverstopics such as how deep learning is a new software model that needs a new computing model; why AI researchers have adopted GPU-accelerated computing; and NVIDIA’s ongoing efforts to advance AI as we enter into its exponential adoption. And why, after all these years, AI has taken off.

In just two years, the number of companies NVIDIA collaborates with on deep learning has jumped nearly 35x to over 3,400 companies.

In just two years, the number of companies NVIDIA collaborates with on deep learning has jumped nearly 35x to over 3,400 companies.

Google AI Algorithm Masters Ancient Game of Go

GPU accelerated GoFor the first time, a computer has beaten a human professional at the game of Go — an ancient board game that has long been viewed as one of the greatest challenges for Artificial Intelligence.

Google DeepMind’s GPU-accelerated AlphaGo program beat Fan Hui, the European Go champion, five times out of five in tournament conditions.

Demis Hassabis, who oversees DeepMind, mentioned in a recent article that DeepMind’s deep learning system works pretty well on a single computer equipped with a decent number of GPU accelerators, but for the match against Fan Hui, the researchers used a larger network of computers that spanned about 170 GPUs. This larger computer network both trained the system and played the actual game, drawing on the results of the training.

The team confirmed they will use the same setup when they take on the Go world champion in South Korea.

Rémi Coulom, the French researcher behind what was previously the world’s top artificially intelligent Go player, has spent the past decade trying to build a system capable of beating the world’s best players, and now, he believes that system is here. “I’m busy buying some GPUs,” he says.

NVIDIA GPUs Power First Self-Driving Shuttle

wepodThe six-passenger WEpod shuttle became the world’s first vehicle without a steering wheel to be given license plates. Without any special lanes, magnets or rails, the shuttle successfully navigates between two towns in the Netherlands.

Created by a team of researchers from Delft University of Technology, WEpod use NVIDIA GPUs to tackle the massive computing challenge of training sophisticated deep learning models for their dynamic system which is then able to deal with real-world situations of mixed traffic quickly, reliably and safely.

The day is fast approaching when you will be able to request an autonomous shuttle with a mobile app.



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