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Xinix Offers Linux Lovers a Path to Zen

Xinix is an innovative newcomer to the world of Linux distros. Now in beta, this distro has been spearheaded by a single developer who slowly is bringing other programmers on board to move things along. Despite its early development status, Xinix has potential for Linux fans who like to experiment with new platform concepts and do not mind trying out an OS that is not yet fully functional.

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Nvidia’s new TensorRT speeds machine learning predictions

Nvidia has released a new version of TensorRT, a runtime system for serving inferences using deep learning models through Nvidia’s own GPUs.

Inferences, or predictions made from a trained model, can be served from either CPUs or GPUs. Serving inferences from GPUs is part of Nvidia’s strategy to get greater adoption of its processors, countering what AMD is doing to break Nvidia’s stranglehold on the machine learning GPU market.

Nvidia claims the GPU-based TensorRT is better across the board for inferencing than CPU-only approaches. One of Nvidia’s proffered benchmarks, the AlexNet image classification test under the Caffe framework, claims TensorRT to be 42 times faster than a CPU-only version of the same test — 16,041 images per second vs. 374—when run on Nvidia’s Tesla P40 processor. (Always take industry benchmarks with a grain of salt.)

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Nvidia’s new TensorRT speeds machine learning predictions

Nvidia has released a new version of TensorRT, a runtime system for serving inferences using deep learning models through Nvidia’s own GPUs.

Inferences, or predictions made from a trained model, can be served from either CPUs or GPUs. Serving inferences from GPUs is part of Nvidia’s strategy to get greater adoption of its processors, countering what AMD is doing to break Nvidia’s stranglehold on the machine learning GPU market.

Nvidia claims the GPU-based TensorRT is better across the board for inferencing than CPU-only approaches. One of Nvidia’s proffered benchmarks, the AlexNet image classification test under the Caffe framework, claims TensorRT to be 42 times faster than a CPU-only version of the same test — 16,041 images per second vs. 374—when run on Nvidia’s Tesla P40 processor. (Always take industry benchmarks with a grain of salt.)

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Nvidia’s new TensorRT speeds machine learning predictions

Nvidia has released a new version of TensorRT, a runtime system for serving inferences using deep learning models through Nvidia’s own GPUs.

Inferences, or predictions made from a trained model, can be served from either CPUs or GPUs. Serving inferences from GPUs is part of Nvidia’s strategy to get greater adoption of its processors, countering what AMD is doing to break Nvidia’s stranglehold on the machine learning GPU market.

Nvidia claims the GPU-based TensorRT is better across the board for inferencing than CPU-only approaches. One of Nvidia’s proffered benchmarks, the AlexNet image classification test under the Caffe framework, claims TensorRT to be 42 times faster than a CPU-only version of the same test — 16,041 images per second vs. 374—when run on Nvidia’s Tesla P40 processor. (Always take industry benchmarks with a grain of salt.)

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WIO, el mayor productor de fotografía de producto de España

Equipada con los últimos avances tecnológicos para la automatización de la producción de fotografías de producto, la fábrica de imágenes WIO ha logrado convertirse en uno de los proveedores de referencia del sector ecommerce en España.   Un servicio fotográfico pensado sólo para el ecommerce A diferencia de la gran mayoría de estudios fotográficos, que […]

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Tendencias de marketing en España: los e-mail de corte comercial siguen siendo los más efectivos

A la hora de llevar a cabo una campaña de marketing online efectiva, es fundamental saber qué tipo de mensajes se están enviando a nuestros contactos.  La empresa francesa experta marketing digital y Smart data Dolist analiza este y otros puntos por primera vez en un detallado estudio sobre las tendencias de marketing de los […]

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La UE multa a Google con la cifra récord de 2.420 MM€ por abuso de posición dominante con Google Shopping

La Comisión Europea ha impuesto a Google una multa de 2.420 millones de euros por prácticas monopolísticas con su comparador Google Shopping. Un cifra récord que dobla a las sanciones que recibieron Microsoft e Intel. El órgano determinó que Google ha dado sistemáticamente un lugar predominante de su propio servicio, Google Shopping, cuando un usuario […]

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