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Berliner Hochschule für Technik has developed a clinical decision support system using deep learning, helping medical practitioners by predicting patient development based on their health record.
NVIDIA GTC is right around the corner—and admission is free. For four days, you’ll have the opportunity to network with experts and peers to discover the technological advancements and groundbreaking research that make it possible to take on the world’s greatest challenges.
Watch NVIDIA's special address at SIGGRAPH 2021 to see how we are entering an AI-powered revolution in computer graphics with massive advancements in rendering, AI, simulation, and compute technologies across every industry.
Cambridge-1, the UK’s fastest supercomputer and NVIDIA’s first supercomputer for external research, will enable the UK healthcare ecosystem to tap into massively powerful computing resources to harness the full capabilities of AI.
NVIDIA’s first supercomputer for external research access, Cambridge-1, will enable the UK healthcare ecosystem to tap into massively powerful computing resources and fully harness the capabilities of AI in medical breakthroughs.
The NVIDIA Arm HPC developer kit is the new integrated hardware-software platform for creating, evaluating, and benchmarking high-performance computing (HPC), AI, and scientific computing applications.
NVIDIA’s CEO and founder Jensen Huang will share the company’s vision for computing that scales from the edge to the data center to the cloud.
UCSF researchers use specialized cameras to capture videos of cryo-EM molecules, so they appear nearly stationary in each frame of the video.
In the latest GTC keynote, Bill Dally, NVIDIA's chief scientist and SVP of research, shares how NVIDIA Research’s technology is powering the high-performance computing (HPC) that’s solving the world's toughest challenges.
See how GPU computing and high-performance networking are transforming computational science and AI, with a special address, virtual theater, demos, and more on-demand resources.
In the GTC keynote, NVIDIA Founder and CEO Jensen Huang made major announcements across data centers, edge AI, collaboration tools, and healthcare. Catch up by watching the under ten minute long keynote chapters, on demand.
NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference will run continuously online across all time zones from Oct. 5-9. Take this unique opportunity to interact with researchers, engineers, developers, and technologists from a variety of industries, as they explore the latest in AI, data science, high performance computing (HPC), graphics, networking, and more. Registration is free for university faculty and students.
The University of Florida (UF) announced a $70 million public-private partnership with NVIDIA that will provide students, faculty, and researchers access to the most powerful AI training and tools. The initiative includes building the world’s fastest AI supercomputer in academia, which will deliver 700 petaFLOPS of AI performance.
Watch our GTC 2020 Keynote to find out the latest breakthroughs for AI, deep learning, In addition there are great GTC sessions showcasing the latest breakthroughs in AI, data science, HPC, graphics, networking, and more.
NVIDIA is now providing researchers with a no-charge 90-day license of Parabricks in the worldwide effort to fight the novel coronavirus. If you have access to NVIDIA GPUs, fill out this form to request your NVIDIA® Parabricks license.
BERT is at work in Europe, tackling natural-language processing (NLP) jobs in multiple industries and languages. Natural-language processing is expected to outpace today’s AI work in computer vision. Check out the existing open source models.
Watch the replay of our special address at RSNA with NVIDIA Director of Business Development, Healthcare, David Niewolny, to see how NVIDIA is helping medical centers around the world build AI-powered enterprise imaging ecosystems and get the latest on new healthcare technologies and AI frameworks released at RSNA.
Join NVIDIA’s David Niewolny for a special address on the state of AI in medical imaging, and learn how NVIDIA is helping medical centers around the world build AI-powered enterprise imaging ecosystems.
Join the conference for healthcare AI innovators, researchers, thought leaders, and developers.
NVIDIA invites applications from UK startups to get exclusive access to Cambridge-1, and a new protein drug discovery project started with drug development company Peptone.
Watch NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang’s special address, followed by a panel of leading institutions supercharging healthcare and life sciences research with Cambridge-1, the U.K.’s fastest supercomputer.
How can AI be used to fight disease? NVIDIA Founder and CEO, Jensen Huang, shared how breakthroughs in AI are accelerating successful discovery of new drugs in the GTC 21 keynote.
NVIDIA VP of Healthcare Kimberly Powell joined some of the nation’s top thinkers and innovators overseeing the explosion of medical data analytics and machines transforming medical care on Washington Post Live.
Researchers are using AI-accelerated methods for drug discovery during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how AI and HPC tools are helping researchers understand and combat the virus.
Last week, NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang announced several new AI platforms and partnerships to advance healthcare and drug discovery research. Watch the keynote for free without the need to register.
Ulster University and NVIDIA collaborate on the deployment of AI in healthcare and life sciences with the establishment of a Centre for Digital Healthcare Technology (CDHT). NVIDIA is already supporting a number of local AI healthcare startups through the NVIDIA Inception virtual accelerator program, including Ulster University spin-in, PulseAI.
Our special weekly COVID-19 webinar series sheds light on how researchers and startups are using NVIDIA GPU-powered tools to enhance research and discover breakthroughs. Jean-Philip Piquemal, Professor of Theoretical Chemistry at Sorbonne Université, recently discussed his research into developing a massively parallel Tinker-HP simulation package dedicated to new generation polarizable force field molecular dynamics.
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Date & Time: Wednesday, April 22, 2018