Nvidia Built The Most Powerful Industrial Computer in the U.S. in Three Weeks During a Pandemic

NVIDIA Corporation NASDAQ: NVDA is trading up to $32 per share as of 10 AM August 11th  2020 to   494.46 USD

Selene communicates with its operators on Slack, has its own robot attendant, and is driving AI forward in automotive, healthcare, and natural-language processing.

While many supercomputers tap exotic, proprietary designs that take months to commission, Selene is based on an open architecture NVIDIA shares with its customers.

The Argonne National Laboratory, outside Chicago, is using a system based on Selene’s DGX SuperPOD design to research ways to stop the coronavirus. The University of Florida will use the design to build the fastest AI computer in academia.

DGX SuperPODs are driving business results for companies like Continental in automotive, Lockheed Martin in aerospace and Microsoft in cloud-computing services. Source Nividia Investor Relations

In other news- South Korean company’s Lunit INSIGHT product line uses AI to provide near-instant evaluations of X-rays and mammograms to triage COVID-19 or cancer patients. The Lunit INSIGHT CXR system, which is CE marked, uses AI to quickly detect 10 different radiological findings on chest X-rays, including pneumonia and potentially cancerous lung nodules. Source Nividia Investor Relations


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