Creating Voice-based Virtual Assistants Using NVIDIA Jarvis and Rasa

Virtual assistants have become part of our daily lives. We ask Siri almost anything that we wonder about or order groceries through Alexa. In addition to providing convenience to our daily lives, virtual assistants are of tremendous help when it comes to enterprise applications. For example, we use online chatbots to help navigate complex technical […]

intel xe graphics

Using a PC’s graphics processor for tasks beyond rendering 3D graphics, NVIDIA has made billions in the data center space. Of course, the proprietary CUDA language and API were exclusive to the company’s GPUs from the start. There were tools for porting CUDA apps into widely used languages ​​like OpenCL, but even semi-automated tools like […]

Lenovo Legion Radeon RX 6800 XT

Another graphics card that pays homage to the past comes to the fore, though this time it’s a pair of Radeon RX 6000 series cards from a highly unlikely source … Lenovo. Be honest, would you have guessed “Lenovo” if you hadn’t read the heading? Be that as it may, Lenovo will be releasing two […]

Preparing State-of-the-Art Models for Classification and Object Detection with the NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit

Accuracy is one of the most important metrics for deep learning models. Greater accuracy is a prerequisite for deploying the trained models to production to solve real-world problems reliably and effectively. Creating highly accurate models from scratch is time-consuming and capital-intensive. As a result, companies with limited data and resources struggle to get their AI […]

Rapidly develop an application to answer questions with NVIDIA Jarvis

There is a high chance that you asked your smart speaker a question, “How big is Mount Everest?” If you did, it probably said, “Mount Everest is 29,032 feet above sea level.” Have you ever wondered how it found an answer for you? Question Answering (QA) is loosely defined as a system consisting of Information […]

Podcast No. 617 - RTX 3060, Qatar Pro XT, Fractal Meshify 2 Compact Reviews and Nvidia Mining Gimp and much more

Say it three times and we will appear: Beetlecast! Beetlecast! Beetlecast! (You had to be there somehow) We’ll start with burgers and end with quite a bit of purple mood lighting. It’s fast, purple mood lighting, however. In between, we somehow find time to talk about Nvidia’s latest GPU and our review of the RTX […]

Building Transcription and Entity Recognition Apps Using NVIDIA Jarvis

In the past several months, many of us have grown accustomed to seeing our doctors over a video call. It’s certainly convenient, but after the call ends, those important pieces of advice from your doctor start to slip away. What was that new medication I needed to take? Were there any side effects to watch […]

What is cloud gaming?  |  NVIDIA Blog

Cloud games use powerful industrial grade GPUs in secure data centers to stream your favorite games to you over the internet. So, you can play the latest games on almost any device, including those that cannot normally play this game. But first, what is cloud gaming? While the technology is complex, the concept is simple. […]

Building and Deploying Conversational AI Models Using the NVIDIA Transfer Learning Toolkit

Conversational AI is a set of technologies enabling human-like interactions between humans and devices based on the most natural interfaces for us: speech and natural language. Systems based on conversational AI can understand commands by recognizing speech and text, translating on-the-fly between different languages, understanding our intents, and responding in a way that mimics human […]

DIY Builder brings AI to hit to call balls and punches

Baseball players need to think quickly when facing blurry squares. Now maybe AI can help. Nick Bild, a Florida-based software engineer, has developed an application that can signal fighters whether the playing fields are balls or punches. Called a tipper, it can be attached to the outside edge of the glasses to show a green […]