Nvidia Unveils New Chips for Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality

By Liezl Dunuan , Christian Post Contributor April 8, 2016|10:09 am Reuters/File NVIDIA president and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang Nvidia, the company known for manufacturing state-of-the-art graphics cards, is going into artificial intelligence and virtual reality. According to a report in Fortune, the American technology company announced that it is working on chips for artificial intelligence (i.e. learning machines) and virtual reality at the recently concluded GPU Technology Conference. The company’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang presented during the conference that they are making “new products” for companies who are at the forefront of these emerging technologies. With the graphics chip company focusing on the graphics processing, it hopes to help virtual technology companies with Iray VR, which is a new video rendering technology that “will improve the way 360 degree video displays…


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