NVIDIA launches deep learning supercomputer to keep up with AI

As a way to meet the demands of artificial intelligence, NVIDIA developed the first deep learning supercomputer called NVIDIA DGX-1, giving researchers and data scientists a new class of intelligent machines that could learn and perceive the world as humans do. The DGX-1, which was launched today at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference, is the first system designed specifically for deep learning. It comes fully integrated with hardware, deep learning software, and development tools for easy deployment. It also has a turnkey system that contains a new generation of GPU accelerators, which delivers the equivalent throughput of 250 x86 servers, the company said. (Related: How AI is helping blind programmers) The deep learning system allows researchers to reduce the time for training larger, more sophisticated deep neural networks. NVIDIA designed the…

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