GTC ON-DEMAND

 
SEARCH SESSIONS
SEARCH SESSIONS

Search All
 
Refine Results:
 
Year(s)

SOCIAL MEDIA

EMAIL SUBSCRIPTION

 
 

GTC ON-DEMAND

Presentation
Media
Abstract:

Learn how the OmniSci GPU-Accelerated SQL engine fits into the overall RAPIDS partner ecosystem for open source GPU analytics. Using open data, we'll show how to ingest data that's from both streaming and standing sources, perform descriptive statistics and feature engineering using SQL and cuDF, and return the results as a GPU DataFrame. We'll also describe how data science workflow can be accomplished using tools from the RAPIDS ecosystem, all without the data ever leaving the GPU.

Learn how the OmniSci GPU-Accelerated SQL engine fits into the overall RAPIDS partner ecosystem for open source GPU analytics. Using open data, we'll show how to ingest data that's from both streaming and standing sources, perform descriptive statistics and feature engineering using SQL and cuDF, and return the results as a GPU DataFrame. We'll also describe how data science workflow can be accomplished using tools from the RAPIDS ecosystem, all without the data ever leaving the GPU.

  Back
 
Topics:
Accelerated Data Science, Deep Learning & AI Frameworks
Type:
Sponsored Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2019
Session ID:
S9992
Streaming:
Download:
Share:
 
Abstract:

Protecting crew health is a critical concern for NASA in preparation of long duration, deep-space missions like Mars. Spaceflight is known to affect immune cells. Splenic B-cells decrease during spaceflight and in ground-based physiological models. The key technical innovation presented by our work is end-to-end computation on the GPU with the GPU Data Frame (GDF), running on the DGXStation, to accelerate the integration of immunoglobulin gene-segments, junctional regions, and modifications that contribute to cellular specificity and diversity. Study results are applicable to understanding processes that induce immunosuppressionlike cancer therapy, AIDS, and stressful environments here on earth.

Protecting crew health is a critical concern for NASA in preparation of long duration, deep-space missions like Mars. Spaceflight is known to affect immune cells. Splenic B-cells decrease during spaceflight and in ground-based physiological models. The key technical innovation presented by our work is end-to-end computation on the GPU with the GPU Data Frame (GDF), running on the DGXStation, to accelerate the integration of immunoglobulin gene-segments, junctional regions, and modifications that contribute to cellular specificity and diversity. Study results are applicable to understanding processes that induce immunosuppressionlike cancer therapy, AIDS, and stressful environments here on earth.

  Back
 
Topics:
AI in Healthcare, Performance Optimization, Genomics & Bioinformatics
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2018
Session ID:
S8528
Streaming:
Share:
 
 
Previous
  • Amazon Web Services
  • IBM
  • Cisco
  • Dell EMC
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Inspur
  • Lenovo
  • SenseTime
  • Supermicro Computers
  • Synnex
  • Autodesk
  • HP
  • Linear Technology
  • MSI Computer Corp.
  • OPTIS
  • PNY
  • SK Hynix
  • vmware
  • Abaco Systems
  • Acceleware Ltd.
  • ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC
  • Cray Inc.
  • Exxact Corporation
  • Flanders - Belgium
  • Google Cloud
  • HTC VIVE
  • Liqid
  • MapD
  • Penguin Computing
  • SAP
  • Sugon
  • Twitter
Next