Date: September 9, 2017
- Some of that computational infrastructure will now be the center’s new DGX-1 appliance, outfitted with eight V100 GPUs.
- Researchers at the Center for Clinical Data Science (CCDS) are the proud owners of the world’s first DGX-1 appliance powered by the new Tesla V100 GPUs.
- Much of that clinical help will be based on artificial neural networks trained on medical imagery data and health records.
- Our trained networks just keep getting better.”
- The center will also receive a DGX Station, a “personal” AI workstation containing four Tesla V100 GPUs.
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