Nvidia has announced its new Turing GPU hardware, which can render ray tracing 25 times faster than previous options, thanks to the assistance of advanced AI features. The graphics card will use Samsung’s GDDR6 memory, which will allow it to process data faster while conserving energy.
Nvidia unveiled its Project Clara medical imaging supercomputer, which uses the company’s graphics processing units and artificial intelligence technology to improve and speed up the detection of cancer and heart disease. Clara is a virtual machine, meaning it can work with a number of medical imaging instruments, such as CT, mammography, MRI, ultrasound and X-ray.
Nvidia has announced a slate of initiatives expanding its focus on artificial intelligence and deep learning. The company detailed improvements to its Tesla V100 data center GPU platform, announced an Arm partnership to integrate deep learning tech into internet of things chips and unveiled software improvements.