Supercomputer supports Singapore’s AI Research

Singapore Management University (SMU) has become the first organisation in Singapore and Southeast Asia to deploy an NVIDIA DGX-1 deep learning supercomputer. Deployed at the SMU Living Analytics Research Center (LARC), the supercomputer will further research on applying artificial intelligence (AI) for Singapore’s Smart Nation project. One of the featured projects is a food AI application to achieve smart food consumption and healthy lifestyle, which requires the analysis of a large number of food photos. “This project involves the processing of large amounts of unstructured and visual data. Food photo recognition is not possible without the DGX-1 solution, which applies cutting-edge deep learning technologies and yields excellent recognition accuracy,” said Professor Steven Hoi, School of Information Systems, SMU. The first phase of the food AI project is able to recognise…

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