Microsoft announced that they’re moving the Edge web browser to Chromium, open-source web browser from Google. And will support existing Chrome extensions.
Researchers at Nvidia trained neural network to to render new 3D worlds, by using Tesla V100 GPUs with the cuDNN-accelerated PyTorch deep learning framework, and thousands of videos from the Cityscapes, and Apolloscapes datasets.
“This AI breakthrough will allow developers and artists to create new interactive 3D virtual worlds for automotive, gaming or virtual reality by training models on videos from the real world. This will lower the cost and time it takes to create virtual worlds.” – by the team.
At NeurIPS, Nvidia announced Turing-powered Titan GPU, Titan RTX.
Titan RTX will cost $2,499, while delivering 576 multi-precision Turing Tensor Cores, 72 Turing RT Cores, 24GB of high-speed GDDR6 memory and more. Click here for more info.
At NeurIPS2018, Nvidia announced that PhysX is now open source under the BSD-3 license.
Find out more in here.
Samsung revealed flexible display and prototype foldable smartphones at the company’s developer conference. And Google announced native Android support on it’s Dev Summit.
By returning a score for each request, the new version of the reCAPTCHA, reCAPTCHA v3, can now stop bots without interrupting users.
Learn more about reCAPTCHA v3 here.