At this year’s SIGGRAPH 2023 conference in Los Angeles, NVIDIA made a series of announcements that highlight the company’s innovations, particularly in the field of generative artificial intelligence (AI) and graphics. Five years ago, NVIDIA introduced RTX, enabling real-time ray tracing with graphics processing units (GPUs) through AI.
Artificial intelligence was the focus this week at Amazon Web Services Inc.’s AWS Summit New York, which makes sense given the massive interest in the topic since ChatGPT was launched.
For example, AWS announced several updates to its managed foundational model service, Amazon Bedrock. This was just one of many announcements that make it easier for customers to deploy generative AI to solve complex problems.
Everywhere we look these days, data-intensive applications are increasing at breakneck speed. One of the companies at the center of this development is Nvidia Corp., which has been riding high of late because of the chips it makes to power artificial intelligence.
NVIDIA and Japanese telecommunications company SoftBank have partnered to create a platform for generative artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G/6G applications based on NVIDIA’s GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip.
Graphics chip and artificial intelligence infrastructure provider Nvidia Corp. today used the Computex 2023 held in Taipei, Taiwan, to announce a reference workflow that uses its suite of technologies to advance the digitalization of the industrial manufacturing sector.