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Blueprint Technologies | July 30, 2020
You’ve surely experienced some, if not all, of the stages of the Gartner Hype Cycle when trying to find the Next Big Thing in your organization. The Hype Cycle is a widely used image meant to demonstrate the general lifecycle of a new technology as it goes from extremely promising brainchild to tried-and-true, thoroughly adopted tool.When any revolutionary and potentially world-changing technology hits the public consciousness, “hype” surrounding potential applications sk...
Garrett Motion | June 21, 2021
Garrett Motion Inc., a leading, differentiated technology supplier for the automotive industry, announced a new Model-Based Predictive Control (MPC) software solution with Hyundai Motor Company (HMC).
Garrett's advanced MPC technology can predict and optimize how a system will function in real-world circumstances, allowing all kinds of light and commercial vehicles, whether ICE, hybrid, battery-electric, or hydrogen fuel cell-powered, to enhance performance efficiency and depe...
BeyondMinds | April 29, 2021
BeyondMinds, the endeavor AI startup that has constructed the primary all-around material and effectively versatile AI stage giving creation level AI arrangements at a quick speed, today declared it has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program intended to support new companies reforming ventures with headways in AI and data sciences.
BeyondMinds plans to flip the disappointing pace of AI projects underway with its hearty, start-to-finish AI stage, empowering the quick form of AI arrange...
Google | January 17, 2020
The promise of technology is always more for less — faster processors at lower prices, thanks to more circuits crammed into the same silicon area. And artificial intelligence has an analogue, it turns out, based on recent work by engineers at Google, who have found a way to take the "Transformer" language model and make a version of it run in a single graphics processing unit, or GPU, rather than the multiple graphics processing units it normally requires to operate. ...
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