Artificial intelligence is impacting almost every part of the industrial and agricultural supply chain. From robots that quickly adapt to build new products, to automated vehicles that address last-mile challenges for product delivery, to UAVs that can automatically detect failing infrastructure, the world is transitioning from processes that are largely manual to ones that are largely automated. We'll discuss how AI and deep learning are enabling these advances. We'll also analyze a sampling of early successes across different applications. And finally we'll describe some of the remaining challenges to wide-scale deployment, and the work NVIDIA is doing to address those challenges via its Isaac initiative.
Artificial intelligence has opened a new class of efficient technologies to help the American farmer from AI-assisted thinning, weeding and spraying for row crops to automated soft fruit picking. This panel will discuss the latest AI innovations for the farm and the policies that will continue to advance U.S. agriculture through the 21st Century.
Artificial Intelligence is affecting almost every industry and is transforming the way businesses operate. The combination of new algorithms, big data, and GPUs has made it possible to address problems that were not practically solvable until now. With NVIDIA Jetson it's possible to deploy Artificial Intelligence to small, mobile platforms. During this session we'll provide an overview of the different AI and deep learning applications for IoT, including factory robotics, warehouse management, aerial inspection, search and rescue, and agriculture, and explain how these applications can be easily deployed via Jetson.
The Tegra K1 is a powerful SOC that will be leveraged across many industries. It is based on the same Kepler architecture as the world's fastest gaming systems and most efficient supercomputers and brings supercomputing power to mobile and embedded. Jesse Clayton from NVIDIA will articulate the embedded development process for Tegra K1. The talk will cover the platform, programming paradigm, and development tools, and provide details on the Tegra K1 architecture relevant to embedded applications.