Nvidia’s new GPUs pack machine learning for web videos

The new GPUs are designed to add info to videos that will help search The Tesla M40 GPU. Credit: Nvidia IDG News Service Nov 10, 2015 7:19 AM Tagging online videos with information about colors, surroundings and even emotions in order to enhance search could soon become easier with Nvidia’s new machine-learning graphics processors. Nvidia’s Tesla M40, and its little brother, the M4, both announced Tuesday, are server-based graphics processors designed to process and provide more context for videos, said Ian Buck, vice president of the accelerated computing at Nvidia. The GPUs will sit in servers where videos are stored and then served to computing devices over the Internet. Software models, analytics and algorithms assist the machine-learning GPUs in classifying, tagging and resizing images. Known for graphics processors, Nvidia already…


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