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DeepCube Unveils AMD-Powered Tools for Deep Learning

DeepCube is launching a new suite of products and services including its first software-based deep learning accelerator based on current and future AMD CPUs. The suite targets neural network training and inference while the accelerator is designed to boost of the performance of existing hardware. The suite includes an automated training framework dubbed CubeIQ; an inference engine for running new deep learning models; and a CubeAdvisor...

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Space-Based Storage Prepares for Launch

Diminishing returns on costly data center investments—facilities already bulging at the seams—are engendering novel architectures for storing data. Early prototypes such as Microsoft’s submersible data center address cooling requirements and reliability issues. Still, the ongoing problem is scale, and finding disruptive ways of securely storing and accessing exabytes of data without breaking the bank. A New York-based startup has...

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Nvidia Opens the Door to Deep Learning Workshops

Good news for folks looking to learn about the latest AI development techniques: Nvidia is now allowing the general public to access the online workshops it provides through its Deep Learning Institute (DLI). The GPU giant today announced today that selected workshops in the DLI catalog will be open to everybody. These workshops previously were available only to companies that wanted specialized training for their in-house developers,...