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AI Flying Off the Shelves: Restocking Robot Rolls Out

 

Tokyo-based startup Telexistence this week announced it will deploy NVIDIA AI-powered robots to restock shelves at hundreds of FamilyMart convenience stores in Japan. There are 56,000 convenience stores in Japan — the third-highest density worldwide. Around 16,000 of them are run by FamilyMart. Telexistence aims to save time for these stores by offloading repetitive tasks Read article >

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Design in the Age of Digital Twins: A...

 

Asked about the future of design, Donald Greenberg holds up a model of a human aorta. “After my son became an intravascular heart surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic, he hired one of my students to use CAT scans and create digital 3D models of an aortic aneurysm,” said the computer graphics pioneer in a video Read article >

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New Report Reveals Exploitable Network...

 
Titania Research Suggests Disconnect Between Network Security Perception and Reality; Firewalls Prioritized Over Switches and Routers WORCESTER, UK and ARLINGTON, VA, August 10, 2022 - Titania, specialists in accurate network security and compliance assessments and risk remediation software, today launched a new independent research report that uncovers the impact of exploitable misconfigurations on network security. The study, The impact of exploitable misconfigurations on network security, finds that network professionals feel confident with their security and... Source: RealWire RealWire
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Bugcrowd Taps Top Hackers for Live Hacking Event with

 
Bugcrowd, the leader in crowdsourced cybersecurity, announced a live hacking event to test business-critical attack surface and mobile applications for Indeed.com, during the 2022 Black Hat USA and DEF CON cybersecurity conferences in Las Vegas. Live hacking, or "Bug Bashes," are competitive, in-person events that connect organisations with top security researchers—sometimes called ethical hackers—to dig deeper into their evolving attack surface and enrich testing methodologies. These highly curated teams of security researchers possess a diverse... Source: RealWire RealWire
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Logitech and Girls Who Code Research Asks:...

 
Women have made great strides over the last four decades in fields like life sciences and material sciences, but their Logitech-Press
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NVIDIA and Partners Build Out Universal Scene...

 
NVIDIA today announced a broad initiative to evolve Universal Scene Description (USD), the open-source and extensible language of 3D worlds, to become a foundation of the open metaverse and 3D internet. NVIDIA
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Upping the Standard: NVIDIA Introduces NeuralVDB,...

 

NVIDIA today announced NeuralVDB, which brings the power of AI to OpenVDB, the industry-standard library for simulating and rendering sparse volumetric data, such as water, fire, smoke and clouds. Building on the past decade’s development of OpenVDB, the introduction at SIGGRAPH of NeuralVDB is a game-changer for professionals working in areas like scientific computing and Read article >

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New NVIDIA Neural Graphics SDKs Make Metaverse...

 

The creation of 3D objects for building scenes for games, virtual worlds including the metaverse, product design or visual effects is traditionally a meticulous process, where skilled artists balance detail and photorealism against deadlines and budget pressures. It takes a long time to make something that looks and acts as it would in the physical Read article >

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NVIDIA Announces Major Release of Omniverse With...

 
NVIDIA today announced a new range of developer frameworks, tools, apps and plugins for NVIDIA Omniverse™, the platform for building and connecting metaverse worlds based on Universal Scene Description (USD). NVIDIA
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Virtual Assistants and Digital Humans on Pace to...

 
NVIDIA today announced NVIDIA Omniverse Avatar Cloud Engine (ACE), a suite of cloud-native AI models and services that make it easier to build and customize lifelike virtual assistants and digital humans. NVIDIA
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As Far as the AI Can See: ILM Uses Omniverse...

 

For cutting-edge visual effects and virtual production, creative teams and studios benefit from digital sets and environments that can be updated in real time. A crucial element in any virtual production environment is a sky dome, often used to provide realistic lighting for virtual environments and in-camera visual effects. Legendary studio Industrial Light & Magic Read article >

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