Nvidia's A100 GPU coming to a cloud near you, DARPA details AI war games, Intel wants to help scan your brain

published 18.05.2020 13:34

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Nvidia A100 in the cloud: Nvidia's GPU Technology Conference (GTC) was particularly eventful this year as CEO Jensen Huang unveiled Ampere, the architecture powering its next-gen hardware, while speaking from his kitchen at home.

Intel teams up with academics to sniff out brain tumors using AI: Chipzilla and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn Medicine) in the US have been awarded $1.2m to build an AI system that analyzes medical scans of brain tumors in a secure manner.

“Using Intel software and hardware and support from some of Intel Labs’ brightest minds, we are working with the University of Pennsylvania and a federation of 29 collaborating medical centers to advance the identification of brain tumors while protecting sensitive patient data.”

AI war games: The US Department of Defense’s research arm DARPA wants to experiment with AI bots in simulated war games as part of its Gamebreaker Artificial Intelligence Exploration program.