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Machine learning is everywhere. Voice and handwriting recognition, medical diagnoses, digital assistants (like the Google Assistant or Siri) and self driving cars are just a scratch in the surface of all the different means and methods by which machines infer, learn, grow and seemingly think on their own. NVIDIA is incredibly invested in machine learning tech, and has seen explosive growth in its datacenter business due to the massive advancements in AI. Of course, data centers are only one place where AI and machine learning live, intelligent devices at the edge are also need to capture input from the world around us, and that's where NVIDIA's Jetson AI platforms come in. Some of NVIDIA's higher-end... Read more...
First introduced in 2014, NVIDIA's Jetson platform has been available to developers and tinkerers looking for cost-effective and powerful computing solutions for artificial intelligence and robotics applications. Now, NVIDIA is looking to reach an even broader audience with its new Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit. Powering the Jetson Nano 2GB is a 64-bit, quad-core (Cortex-A57) processor that operates at 1.4GHz. The CPU core is joined by a venerable Maxwell GPU (128-core), giving it much more onboard power than what you'd find in a Raspberry Pi 4 for AI operations. As its name implies, it comes with 2GB of storage, which is exactly half that of its predecessor. However, in exchange for the 2GB... Read more...
A lot of expensive hardware and other swank prizes are up for grabs, courtesy of NVIDIA and Hackster.io partnering to launch the AI the Edge Challenge. It's a competition centered around NVIDIA's Jetson Nano Developer Kit, whereby developers are being asked to build "unique and creative projects" to chance to win from a pool of prizes valued at around $100,000. "In this contest, you’ll tap into the power of the new NVIDIA Jetson Nano—a powerful, easy-to-use, mini AI computer that lets you run multiple neural networks in parallel. It’s perfect for any project using image classification, object detection, segmentation, speech processing, and more," Hackster.io states in a blog... Read more...
Last year NVIDIA launched the Jetson AGX Xavier board which aimed to be the brains behind next-gen AI devices. NVIDIA has now announced the Jetson Nano developer board that it says will enable the development of millions of new and small low-power AI systems. NVIDIA is aiming the Jetson Nano at IoT applications including entry-level Network Video Recorders, home robots, and intelligent gateways that offer full analytics capabilities. Jetson Nano is very small at 70 x 45mm; in fact it's the smallest Jetson device that NVIDIA offers. Jetson Nano is a production-ready System on Module (SoM) that can be used across multiple industries. Nano uses a Maxwell GPU with 128 CUDA cores. The CPU... Read more...