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Nvidia CES 2016 press conference

Nvidia is kicking off CES 2016 with a press conference expected to focus on automotive and graphics technology.

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    Jen-Hsun shows how Deep Learning works into a variety of Nvidia products
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    Your car can go out in the world, encounter new situations, then upload the results to the cloud, sharing its experience with every other car.
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    Jen-Hsun says the goal is to make Nvidia GPUs essential to every Deep Learning network and application in the world.
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    Nvidia developed Drivenet over the past few months
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    It's Nvdiia's own neural network designed specifically for cars.
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    Nvidia is training this network to identify things in the world.
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    According to the graph shown, Nvidia has improved Drivenet hugely over five months
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    The graph represents how accurately Drivenet can identify objects from visual imagery
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    Mike Huston, senior engineer for mobile and cloud computing at Nvidia, is taking the stage to demo Drivenet
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    We're seeing a car drive down a road, recognizing other cars parked and on the road
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    Mike Houston, principal engineer for mobile and cloud computing at Nvidia

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    Jen-Hsun is clarifying that the training to allow this capability took 120 million images
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    Sorry, 120 million images, and it only took a month
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    Jen-Hsun is highlighting the speed of Nvidia GPUs in analyzing image datasets.
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    From simply identifying cars, now the demo shows recognition of pedestrians.
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    Now we have five different classes of objects, including cars, pedestrians and traffic signs.
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    New demo shows how the computer can recognize each pixel that makes up a person or car
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    Here, the car computer can develop a very true image of the world around it
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    Demo ramps up the difficulty with new video from Audi, driving in snowy weather on a highway
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    The Deep Learning processor was able to identify a car in this imagery that humans had a hard time discerning.
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    That was the Drivenet Deep Learning network, which runs on an Nvidia TitanX chip
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    Jen-Hsun has the Titan X in his hand how
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    Drivenet on Titan X is a reference platform for object recognition and learning, not the part that goes in the car.
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    Talking about more Audi development of object recognition using Nvidia technology
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    Mercedes-Benz is also using Nvidia tech for Deep Learning object recognition
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    ZMP, a Chinese company developing a robo-taxi, is using Nvidia tech, as is BMW
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    Ford is developing self-driving cars using the Nvidia Drive PX computer and Deep Learning
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