Turn Your Pet Into Another Species With This AI Tool
Using similar algorithms to deepfakes, Nvidia developed a new way to turn your pets into tigers, wolves, and other animals.
Deep Learning Basically Turns Shitty MS Paint Drawings Into Beautiful Landscapes
Nvidia's new AI tool can fake perfect, Instagram-ready vacation photos.
This Website Uses AI to Generate the Faces of People Who Don't Exist
Thispersondoesnotexist.com serves up a new AI-generated face every time you hit refresh.
These People Are Not Real—They Were Created By AI
Machine learning algorithms are getting scary-good at creating fake images that look real.
AI Can Generate Interactive Virtual Worlds Based on Simple Videos
Nvidia’s new AI represents a major leap forward in graphics generation based on neural networks.
Here's What the Near Future of Video Games Looks Like
GPU maker Nvidia showed off its new line of RTX graphics cards with trailers for upcoming games that made use of real-time ray tracing technology.
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World's Biggest GPU Maker No Longer Expects to Make Money on Cryptocurrency Mining
Selling GPUs for cryptocurrency mining accounted for 10 percent of Nvidia’s revenue only a few months ago. Now the company isn’t factoring it into its revenue stream at all.
Nvidia Can Artificially Create Slow Motion That Is Better Than a 300,000 FPS Camera
Nvidia's software and Tesla V100 GPUs generate extra frames to fill in video gaps.
Nvidia’s AI Tech Can Reconstruct Photos With Scary Accuracy
Nvidia's research team has developed a deep learning method to edit and reconstruct images that makes Photoshop seem obsolete.
This AI Will Turn Your Dog Into a Cat
A new version of the algorithm that can change summer into winter for any video can now turn your dogs into cats.
The Most Powerful Mac Is 6 Years Old and Not Sold By Apple
The Mac Pro Upgrade community is taking old "cheese grater" Mac Pros and putting cutting-edge graphics cards in them. The specs often outperform even top-of-the-line new Apple computers.
Watch This 3D 'Star Wars' Demo Running on a $60,000 Personal Supercomputer
Nvidia thinks its 'ray tracing' tech is the future of video game graphics.