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Get a Nuance Look at AI in Healthcare in the AI Podcast and at GTC

Nuance is a pioneer in voice recognition technology. You probably recognize its name from their work bringing AI to speech recognition and virtual assistant technology.

What you might not know is they’ve also gotten into using AI to chart the course of the healthcare industry. And to understand how physicians can use the technology to make people healthier, and make the work of doctors better.

GPU Powered: 7 Startups You Won’t Want to Miss at GTC

Cargo ships that can self-navigate. A massive marketplace for AI-authenticated collectible sneakers. Professional translation at 5x speed.

Mood Lighting: How Metro Exodus Uses Ray Tracing to Heart-Pounding Effect

The Star Wars-themed “Reflections” demo is so visually stunning, it’s natural to assume it’s a film clip.

I felt that way the first time I saw this real-time ray-tracing showcase, at GDC 2018, and so have the hundreds of people I’ve shown it to since. Hitting a hotkey to reveal the wire-frame leaves you floored.

Real-Time Ray Tracing and DLSS Come to Battlefield V and Metro Exodus

Two of the most storied PC gaming franchises are shipping this week with NVIDIA RTX technology, which uses AI and real-time ray tracing to deliver deeply immersive gameplay and powerful performance.

Battlefield V and Metro Exodus incorporate support for real-time ray tracing and NVIDIA DLSS (deep-learning super-sampling) — enabling cinematic-quality rendering.

No Slowing Down: How TITAN RTX Brings High-Quality Images to Gameplay Design

Creating a video game with realistic graphics and smooth gameplay can be an extraordinary challenge. But with the NVIDIA TITAN RTX, one designer is taking cinematic visuals and player experiences to the next level.

AI Hotline: Startup Analyzes Emergency Calls to Identify Cardiac Arrest Victims

“911. What’s your emergency?”

Denmark-based startup Corti knows that the stakes are high when dialing emergency services. So it built an AI tool to provide immediate feedback and guidance to emergency call responders, helping them ask the right questions and quickly identify highly acute cases.

Its speech-recognition software, Corti AI, can cut down the number of undetected out-of-hospital cardiac arrests by almost half, and help responders more quickly dispatch emergency services.

Step Up to a New Design Experience with NVIDIA Quadro RTX Powered Workstations

Working with photorealistic computer-aided design models in real time and 3D is a huge benefit for design teams. They can create, iterate and review designs faster, make better-informed decisions and save money in the process.

Yet it’s a benefit that wasn’t widely available until now.

How UCSF Researchers Are Using AI on Some of Healthcare’s Toughest Problems

Hospitals produce huge volumes of medical data that, when handled with concern for privacy and security, could be used to re-examine everything from hospital administration to patient care. But this means finding careful ways to assemble this data, so it’s no longer locked in organizational silos.

A research team at the University of California, San Francisco, is demonstrating just how powerful the combination of deep learning and data can be — and the potential this research holds for improving the healthcare system.

How UCSF Researchers Are Using AI on Some of Healthcare’s Toughest Problems

Hospitals produce huge volumes of medical data that, when handled with concern for privacy and security, could be used to re-examine everything from hospital administration to patient care. But this means finding careful ways to assemble this data, so it’s no longer locked in organizational silos.

A research team at the University of California, San Francisco, is demonstrating just how powerful the combination of deep learning and data can be — and the potential this research holds for improving the healthcare system.

Pop Star: At NVIDIA, Popcorn Delivery Robot Bears Kernel of Innovation

At NVIDIA, the robots are being taught to weave their way through the workplace. It helps that, as Ankhit, an NVIDIA Linux systems administrator discovered, they come bearing popcorn.

Moments after placing an order, via Slack, a stubby, wheeled robot known as Carter arrived at Ankhit’s cubicle bearing a brown paper bag stuffed with popcorn just the way he likes it: “salted, no butter,” Ankhit says with a grin before popping a handful into his mouth.

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