Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) record and decode brain signals to construct a communication pathway, which allows people to interact with a computer by thought directly. BCIs have been used in a broad range of applications, including neuroscience, psychology, clinical rehabilitation, and entertainment.
This year’s GTC is Nvidia’s biggest event yet, but – like the rest of the world – it’s had to adapt to the unusual circumstances we all find ourselves in. Huang swapped his usual big stage for nine clips with such exotic backdrops as his kitchen.
CCS Insights published 100 tech predictions for the next few years, and the COVID-19 pandemic lurks behind many of them.
Skydio and the North Carolina Department of Transportation have gained FAA approval to conduct bridge inspections with drones in North Carolina.
Jensen Huang, CEO of NVIDIA, has kicked off the company’s annual GTC conference with a series of AI announcements—including a doubling-down of its UK investments.
Progress has been made progress in areas such as research and development productivity but the availability of skills is still an issue.
How could a software box have a subjective viewpoint of, and in, the physical world that humans inhabit?
In recent years, many artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics researchers have been trying to develop systems that can provide explanations for their actions or predictions. The idea behind their work is that as AI systems become more widespread, explaining why they act in particular ways or why they made certain predictions could increase transparency and consequently users' trust in them.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang announced products ranging from a $59 Jetson Nano robot brain to massive data processing units for the enterprise.
During its annual GTC conference, Nvidia unveiled a number of health care innovations, including a supercomputer dubbed Cambridge-1.
Nvidia's new service for videoconferencing providers -- Maxine -- leverages the cloud to enable new visual effects and reduce bandwidth usage.
Nvidia has launched an open beta for its Omniverse, a virtual environment the company describes as a "metaverse" for engineers.
The $59 kit comes with online training and certification.
Reports suggest the Model 3's rear-view mirror camera is configured to capture a driver's gaze before an accident.
Brain-based computing could help tech companies overcome the current constraints of chip design.
UK startup Nu Quantum is breaking new ground in the quantum photonics space.
MSFragger-Glyco allows identification of N- and O-linked glycopeptides using the localization-aware open search strategy of the MSFragger search engine.
The application of deep learning to the design of photonic structures and devices is reviewed, including algorithm fundamentals.