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July 11, 2019

NVIDIA Breaks Eight AI Performance Records

From 8 hours to 80 seconds: NVIDIA smashes AI training time. Only company to submit across all six categories. You can’t be first if you’re not fast. Inside the world’s top companies, teams of researchers and data scientists are creating ever more complex AI models, which need to be trained, fast. That’s why leadership in AI demands leadership in AI infrastructure. And that’s why the AI training results released today by MLPerf matter.
July 11, 2019

With Google Lens, Things get Strange in Today’s New York Times

Google Lens is available in the Google Assistant on Android, the Google app on iOS, and integrated in the camera app on many Android devices

July 11, 2019

Google Translate’s Instant Camera Translation Gets an Upgrade

The instant camera translation adds support for 60 more languages, such as Arabic, Hindi, Malay, Thai and Vietnamese, for 88 languages total

July 11, 2019

Advancing Semi-supervised Learning with Unsupervised Data Augmentation

Success in deep learning has largely been enabled by algorithmic advancements, parallel processing hardware and large-scale labeled datasets

July 10, 2019

Cloud TPU Pods Break AI Training Records

Google Cloud'ss infrastructure makes it possible for businesses to train state-of-the-art ML models faster, at greater scale and lower cost.

July 10, 2019

To Reduce Plastic Waste in Indonesia, One Startup Turns to AI

An image recognition tool helps improve plastic recycling rates by classifying different materials and giving them a monetary value.

July 10, 2019

How to Serve Deep Learning Models Using TensorFlow 2.0 with Cloud Functions

TensorFlow is an established framework for training and inference of deep learning models. Version 2.0 offers a number of enhancements.

July 10, 2019

Predicting the Generalization Gap in Deep Neural Networks

DNNs are the cornerstone of recent progress in machine learning, and are responsible for recent breakthroughs in imaging and other tasks.

July 9, 2019

Xnor’s AI Helps Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Make Their Devices Smarter, not Pricier

July 9, 2019 - Imagine you’re relaxing on your summer vacation, idle thoughts passing through your mind as you soak up the sun. You get an alert on your phone telling you somebody has been detected moving around your house. You swipe up to check out a clip — it’s just your neighbor stopping by to water the plants, just like you asked. You press play on your music, lay back, and continue enjoying the sun.
July 3, 2019

iOS 13 FaceTime ‘Correction’ Uses ARKit 3 to Make Eyes Look Straight Ahead

If you've ever tried to make a FaceTime video call, you know that your eyes can't look straight at the screen and camera at once.