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NVIDIA AI scrubs noise and watermarks from digital images

NVIDIA AI scrubs noise and watermarks from digital images

NVIDIA researchers are back with yet another digital image technology that pushes the limits of traditional image manipulation. Unlike Adobe's recently disclosed project, which involved a neural network trained to spot digitally altered images, NVIDIA's newest creation can scrub digital sensor noise and watermarks from digital images. Thanks to the artificial intelligence powering it, the feature is far more effective than existing denoising tools.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV GeForce NOW gets personal PC game streaming

NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV GeForce NOW gets personal PC game streaming

The Android TV-based smart television device NVIDIA SHIELD TV will soon have a mighty power. The folks at NVIDIA revealed this week that they'll be releasing GeForce NOW to the public with a new feature: personal game streaming. In the past, the GeForce NOW platform allowed NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV device owners to play AAA games streamed from NVIDIA's own servers. Now that restriction is about to be lifted, and games will be stream-friendly from one's own home PC.

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NVIDIA SHIELD TV Android Oreo rollout isn’t going smoothly

NVIDIA SHIELD TV Android Oreo rollout isn’t going smoothly

Despite, or probably because of, not having Android smartphones, NVIDIA has had an amazing track record when it comes to pushing out updates, both maintenance as well as major features. Last month, it started the process for putting Android 8.0 Oreo on its SHIELD TVs via Experience Upgrade version 7.0. Now it is making that available for all users but not everyone seems to be happy about the quality of its latest update.

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NVIDIA AI transforms regular videos into smooth slow motion action

NVIDIA AI transforms regular videos into smooth slow motion action

Most cameras record at an ordinary 30fps, though 60fps and even 120fps have become increasingly popular. Despite the availability of slow motion recording on some smartphones and digital cameras, though, most users record videos at the default "regular speed" rate. This is a problem for times when there's fast-moving action, but NVIDIA may have developed the solution.

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2018 Lenovo Legion gaming towers and cubes detailed: Up Close

2018 Lenovo Legion gaming towers and cubes detailed: Up Close

Today we're having a peek at the new wave of Lenovo Legion gaming PCs, each with their own unique sort of subdued design. That's subdued in a good way - the power's still there, under the hood. It's the look that's not what we'd expect from a big-name brand with gaming PCs. Compared to past generations of gaming PCs of this caliber, these machines look positively grown up. They've got an adult industrial design sensibilities in their exteriors.

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NVIDIA SHIELD TV users get Oreo and V7.0 update

NVIDIA SHIELD TV users get Oreo and V7.0 update

An extreme rarity in the world of small devices is NVIDIA's continued attention to their SHIELD Android TV device. Here in May of 2018, NVIDIA's releasing an update to the newest version of Google's Android TV OS, with their SHIELD Experience Version 7.0 right on top. The NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV was first released in May of 2015.

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NVIDIA GTX 1050 3GB is an unexpected new budget option

NVIDIA GTX 1050 3GB is an unexpected new budget option

Despite the growing threat from AMD's Radeon Vega, NVIDIA continues to enjoy a period of popularity in no small part thanks to its aggressive push in the machine learning market. Of course it hasn't forgotten about regular consumers and, in fact, has a new graphics card for them. That said, there is nothing really groundbreaking with the new GTX 1050 3GB. In fact, there's nothing entirely new about it either. It's a surprising new low-end card that comes at a time when NVIDIA is just about to wrap up its Ge-Force 10 chapter.

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NVIDIA-powered robot AI learns by watching humans

NVIDIA-powered robot AI learns by watching humans

Artificial intelligence and machine learning have come a long way and have become buzzwords in many tech products today. Impressive as they are, however, their methods of learning are still mostly, well, artificial. NVIDIA researchers are developing a new way to train AI for industrial robots that almost closely mimics the way we ourselves learn. And that's by watching how another, more experienced human perform a task and then trying to repeat it.

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NVIDIA restocks GeForce GPUs at normal prices, but you need to act fast

NVIDIA restocks GeForce GPUs at normal prices, but you need to act fast

Finding a GPU at MSRP is a pretty tough task these days. Thanks to cryptocurrency miners buying up much of the available stock, the cards that remain usually see inflated prices. Buying straight from the manufacturer - NVIDIA, in the case - can help solve that problem, but the issue is that NVIDIA's own shop has been out of stock for quite some time now.

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NVIDIA GeForce Partner Program canned after just two months

NVIDIA GeForce Partner Program canned after just two months

It was just a couple of months ago that NVIDIA launched its GeForce Partner Program, and now it's already coming to an end. NVIDIA announced over the weekend that it's "pulling the plug" on the Partner Program, which has been the subject of a lot of speculation since it launched. Though the company doesn't go into specifics, it says enough, suggesting that all of the speculation is behind this decision.

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NVIDIA neural network reconstructs images with missing parts

NVIDIA neural network reconstructs images with missing parts

Advancements in machine learning and computer imaging are making impressive but impossible scenes in crime drama shows finally possible. Like the infamous "zoom in, enhance" CSI method. The latest achievement comes from NVIDIA, who has been aggressively pushing its silicon, like the Tesla V100 GPU as the processor of machine learning research. Unlike the aforementioned enhancing technique, this deep learning technique is instead able to fill in holes and missing parts in images with something else that looks deceptively part of the original.

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Nintendo Switch hack: What you need to know

Nintendo Switch hack: What you need to know

It's only Tuesday and it's already been a big week for Nintendo Switch owners, or at least those who would like to hack their console and open the door to homebrew software. Hacking the Switch is a pastime that's still in its infancy, but two different groups have come forward with new vulnerabilities that open the floodgates, so to speak. Most interesting of all, these aren't exploits that Nintendo can patch, and every Switch that's currently out in the wild is vulnerable to them.

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