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Nvidia pushes ARM supercomputing

Graphics chip maker Nvidia is best known for consumer computing, vying with AMD’s Radeon line for framerates and eye candy. But the venerable giant hasn’t ignored the rise of GPU-powered applications that have little or nothing to do with gaming. In the early 2000s, UNC researcher Mark Harris began work …

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How Can Blockchain Help Secure IoT Data?

Everyone has heard all of the terms such as blockchain, security, secure IoT data, cryptocurrency, etc. But the popularity of these technologies has been on the rise and will continue to be an issue in the future. But, how can blockchain help secure IoT data? Blockchain was earlier associated only …

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Domino’s will start robot pizza deliveries in Houston this year

Nuro Domino’s will begin delivering pizza using self-driving robots in the Houston area later this year, the company announced on Monday. The company will use delivery vehicles from the Silicon Valley startup Nuro. “Nuro’s vehicles are specially designed to optimize the food delivery experience, which makes them a valuable partner …

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12 Minutes keeps rewinding a couple’s last moments

12 Minutes caught my attention during Microsoft’s event at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) game trade show last week in Los Angeles. In the game from developer Luis Antonio, each gameplay session lasts 12 minutes. And it plays over and over again, like Groundhog Day. Your job is to unravel …

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MIT CSAIL’s AI can visualize objects using touch

Robots that can learn to see by touch are within reach, claim researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Really. In a newly published paper that’ll be presented next week at the Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition in Long Beach, California, they describe an AI system …

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Nvidia will support Arm hardware for high-performance computing

At the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) in Frankfurt, Germany this week, Santa Clara-based chipmaker Nvidia announced that it will support processors architected by British semiconductor design company Arm. Nvidia anticipates that the partnership will pave the way for supercomputers capable of “exascale” performance — in other words, capable of completing …

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5 come-back tips for startups that have run out of cash

During the early stages of my company, GIBLIB, my team encountered every startup’s worst nightmare: We ran out of money. However, we were able to push through the difficult chapter and gain the key partnerships and investments needed in a short period of time. Today, we’re doing really well and …

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