Entries for tag "deep-learning"

Google's Demonstration of Strength in Artificial Intelligence

Sundar Pichai lors de la conférence Google I/O 2014. (DR)

What Artificial Intelligence and what for? These are two key questions that emerged recently after Google demonstrated its AI power at its Google I/O 2018 conference. Prediction, automated language, image processing, Google Duplex, Google AI teams, new name for the former Google Research entity, have worked well! Impressive, this Artificial Intelligence obviously raises questions, again and again at the level of ethics.

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Artificial Intelligence: Nvidia Prohibits GeForce in Data Centers

Nvidia GeForce GPUs are no longer welcome in data centers.

Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning activities may take a hit with Nvidia's latest announcement! The U. S. firm has just amended the terms of EULA for its Geforce GPUs to prohibit their deployment in data centers, particularly those that perform Deep Learning and AI. The objective? Encouraging the deployment of Quadro or Tesla GPUs, professional models that cost significantly more than the GeForce GPUs originally intended for the general ...

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NNabla, Sony's Deep Learning library in open source

Les neurosciences, une discipline forcément liée à l'Intelligence Artificielle.

Great news for Deep Learning fans and budding developers! On June 27th, Takuya Narihira, engineer at the Japanese brand, announced the release of its Deep Learning tools on the company's blog. NNabla, Sony's neural network library, is available at: https://github.com/sony/nnabla. Tested on Ubuntu 16.04 and Windows 8 and 10, the library is written in C++ 11. It offers a C++ API and a ...

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