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Nvidia's SFF is inferior version of RSS, says Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua

Nvidia’s SFF is inferior version of RSS, says Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua

Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua said that Nvidia's Safety Force Field (SFF) is nothing but a close replica of the Responsibility-Sensitive Safety (RSS) model that his company published nearly two years ago in 2017.
Fujitsu collaborates with NVIDIA on high-performance computing for Advanced AI

Fujitsu collaborates with NVIDIA on high-performance computing for Advanced AI

Japanese technology firm Fujitsu said that it was collaborating with American graphics processing company NVIDIA to work on high-performance computing for advanced artificial intelligence (AI) projects.
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Teradata joins NVIDIA program focused on Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning

Teradata said that its Think Big Analytics consulting group has joined the NVIDIA Service Delivery Partner program.
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NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference 2018 to focus on AI, self-driving cars, robotics

NVIDIA will host thousands of the world’s leading AI experts at its ninth annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) on March 26-29 at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center.
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NVIDIA Gamer Connect 2017: Telangana has potential of more than 200 gaming cafes

NVIDIA showcased GeForce GTX graphic cards featuring the latest Pascal architecture. The participants experienced technologies like Virtual Reality and 4K that are driving increasingly immersive gaming experiences.
The NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute provides developers, data scientists and researchers with practical training on the use of the latest AI tools and technology (Photo/NVIDIA Corporation)

NVIDIA plans to train 100,000 developers on deep learning in 2017

To meet overwhelming demand, we are expanding the breadth and depth of our offerings, so developers worldwide can learn how to leverage this transformative technology,” said Greg Estes, vice president of developer programs, NVIDIA
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