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GFN Thursday Delivers Seven New Games This Week

TGIGFNT: thank goodness it’s GFN Thursday. Start your weekend early with seven new games joining the GeForce NOW library of over 1,400 titles. Whether it’s streaming on an older-than-the-dinosaurs PC, a Mac that normally couldn’t dream of playing PC titles, or mobile devices – it’s all possible to play your way thanks to GeForce NOW. Read article >
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Reinventing The Wheel: Gatik’s Apeksha Kumavat Accelerates Autonomous Delivery For Wal-Mart And More

As consumers expect faster, cheaper deliveries, companies are turning to AI to rethink how they move goods. Foremost among these new systems are “hub-and-spoke,” or middle-mile, operations, where companies place distribution centers closer to retail operations for quicker access to inventory. However, faster delivery is just part of the equation. These systems must also be Read article >
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Get Up To Speed: Five Reasons Not To Miss NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s GTC Keynote Sept. 20

Natural language understanding, the metaverse and the 3D internet, new gaming technology, and advanced AI technologies impacting industries as varied as transportation, healthcare, finance and entertainment are all coming your way. From advances in robotics to supercomputers and hyperscale data centers, the brightest minds in science, industry and the public sector will discuss the latest Read article >
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AI On The Stars: Hyperrealistic Avatars Propel Startup To ‘America’s Got Talent’ Finals

More than 6 million pairs of eyes will be on real-time AI avatar technology in this week’s finale of America’s Got Talent — currently the second-most popular primetime TV show in the U.S.. Metaphysic, a member of the NVIDIA Inception global network of technology startups, is one of 11 acts competing for $1 million and Read article >
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Thunderbird Tip: Customize Colors In The Spaces Toolbar

The Spaces Toolbar gives you fast access to your Mail, Address Books, Calendars, Tasks, Chat, and more! But did you know it can be customized? Learn how in our new Thunderbird Tip video!
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NVIDIA Hopper Sweeps AI Inference Benchmarks In MLPerf Debut

In their debut on the MLPerf industry-standard AI benchmarks, NVIDIA H100 Tensor Core GPUs set world records in inference on all workloads, delivering up to 4.5x more performance than previous-generation GPUs. The results demonstrate that Hopper is the premium choice for users who demand utmost performance on advanced AI models. Additionally, NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core Read article >
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GeForce NOW Supports Over 1,400 Games Streaming Instantly

This GFN Thursday marks a milestone: With the addition of six new titles this week, more than 1,400 games are now available to stream from the GeForce NOW library. Plus, GeForce NOW members streaming to supported Smart TVs from Samsung and LG can get into their games faster with an improved user interface. Your Games, Read article >
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Model Teachers: Startups Make Schools Smarter With Machine Learning

Like two valedictorians, SimInsights and Photomath tell stories worth hearing about how AI is advancing education. SimInsights in Irvine, Calif., uses NVIDIA conversational AI to make virtual and augmented reality classes lifelike for college students and employee training. Photomath — founded in Zagreb, Croatia and based in San Mateo, Calif. — created an app using Read article >
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NVIDIA GTC Dives Into The Industrial Metaverse, Digital Twins

This month’s NVIDIA GTC provides the best opportunity yet to learn how leading companies and their designers, planners and operators are using the industrial metaverse to create physically accurate, perfectly synchronized, AI-enabled digital twins. The global conference, which runs online Sept. 19-22, will focus in part on how NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise enables companies to design Read article >
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GFN Thursday Slides Into September With 22 New Games

We’d wake you up when September ends, but then you’d miss out on a whole new set of games coming to GeForce NOW. Gear up for 22 games joining the GeForce NOW library, with 19 day-and-date releases including action role-playing game Steelrising. Playing them all will take some serious strategy. And build the perfect Minifigure Read article >
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Fraunhofer Research Leads Way Into Future Of Robotics

Joseph Fraunhofer was a 19th-century pioneer in optics who brought together scientific research with industrial applications. Fast forward to today and Germany’s Fraunhofer Society — Europe’s largest R&D organization — is setting its sights on the applied research of key technologies, from AI to cybersecurity to medicine. Its Fraunhofer IML unit is aiming to push Read article >
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UN Economic Commission For Africa Engages NVIDIA To Boost Data Science In 10 Nations

NVIDIA is collaborating with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) to equip governments and developer communities in 10 nations with data science training and technology to support more informed policymaking and accelerate how resources are allocated. The initiative will empower the countries’ national statistical offices — agencies that handle population censuses data, economic Read article >
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OBS Studio To Release Software Update 28.0 With NVIDIA Broadcast Features ‘In The NVIDIA Studio’

In the NVIDIA Studio celebrates the Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) Studio’s 10th anniversary and its 28.0 software release. Plus, popular streamer WATCHHOLLIE shares how she uses OBS and a GeForce RTX 3080 GPU in a single-PC setup to elevate her livestreams.
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Rendered.ai Founder And CEO Nathan Kundtz On Using AI To Build Better AI

Data is the fuel that makes artificial intelligence run. Training machine learning and AI systems requires data. And the quality of datasets has a big impact on the systems’ results. But compiling quality real-world data for AI and ML can be difficult and expensive. That’s where synthetic data comes in. The guest for this week’s Read article >
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NVIDIA And VMware CEOs Discuss New Era Of Enterprise Computing

Reinventing enterprise computing for the modern era, VMware CEO Raghu Raghuram Tuesday announced the availability of the VMware vSphere 8 enterprise workload platform running on NVIDIA DPUs, or data processing units, an initiative formerly known as Project Monterey. Placing the announcement in context, Raghuram and NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang discussed how running VMware Read article >
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Burn, Baby, Burn. Real Estate-focused Fintech Startups Feel The Heat

Welcome to The Interchange! If you received this in your inbox, thank you for signing up and your vote of confidence. If you’re reading this as a post on our site, sign up here so you can receive it directly in the future. Every week, I’ll take a look at the hottest fintech news of the previous […]

India’s Akasa Air Exposed Sensitive Records Of Thousands Of Customers

Akasa Air, India’s newly launched airline that began operations earlier this month, exposed the personal data of thousands of its customers because of a technical glitch that affected its login and sign-up service. The exposed data, discovered by cybersecurity researcher Ashutosh Barot, included full names, gender, email addresses and phone numbers of customers signing up […]

When The Party Has Confetti But No Allergen-friendly Appetizers

Welcome to Startups Weekly, a fresh human-first take on this week’s startup news and trends. To get this in your inbox, subscribe here. The bets are no longer just on Wall Street — they’re in your group chats, book clubs and that awkward shuffle that happens when everyone’s trying to get out of the door […]

Jay Chandrasekhar Is Using Revenge To Build A New Review App

Welcome back to Found, where we tell you the stories behind the startups. Super Troopers premiered at Sundance to a receptive, giggling crowd but if you judged it based on its Rotten Tomato score and reviews, you’d think it flopped. Writer, director, comedian, and recent founder Jay Chandrasekhar never felt right about the critiques from […]

Drop’s DCX Keycaps Give Your Old Keyboard A New Lease On Life

Most people don’t spend a lot of time thinking about the keycaps on their keyboards. Chances are, they are white with black text or black with white text and that’s about it. Like with all things (mechanical) keyboards, though, there are seemingly endless choices. For a long time, the most sought-after keycaps were those manufactured […]

Randomly Selected Quotes From Zuck’s Very, Very Long Interview

Life is too short to listen to a 3-hour conversation between successful normal human Mark Zuckerberg and the farcically neutral Joe Rogan, so I’m taking a different tack: scrolling very fast through an extremely long transcript and picking nuggets more or less at random. Here’s what Zuckerberg thinks about various things. (These quotes have been […]

Insta360 Link Webcam Review

I have a confession to make. I’ve been in this industry for a long time. I’ve reviewed hundreds of products over the years. Through much of that time, webcams have always felt like a bit of an afterthought. I fully recognize that this quite probably is the worst way to open a webcam review, but […]

Five Months After A $55M Series B, Fintech Argyle Cuts Jobs

Argyle, which wants to help companies and institutions get access to employment records, has laid off a number of employees across all departments, TechCrunch has learned from sources. A spokesperson for the company confirmed the workforce reduction to TechCrunch, saying that it let go of 6.5% of the team, or 20 people. The figure provided […]

Bitwise’s Katherine Dowling Talks Rules And Regs At TC Sessions: Crypto

Crypto entities ranging from major exchanges to small projects are on the road to stateside regulation. Whether it comes through the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, many actors in the space are looking for concrete future guidance on how to build compliant businesses in an emerging sector while navigating rules […]

How You Can Contribute To Thunderbird Without Knowing How To Code

Making Thunderbird requires an entire community: programmers, graphic designers, translators, writers, financial supporters, enthusiastic fans, quality assurance helpers, bug hunters, & beta testers. Want to contribute and help make Thunderbird better than ever? Here's how!
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Thunderbird Time Machine, 2003: A Look Back At Thunderbird 0.1

It's the Summer of 2003. Cinemas are dominated by sequels like Iron Man 3 and Fast & Furious 6. Linkin Park, 50 Cent, and Evanescence have top-selling new albums. Apple's iPod hasn't even sold 1 million units. Mozilla's brand new web browser is still called Firebird. And a new cross-platform, open-source application called Thunderbird just debuted from the foundations of Mozilla Mail...
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