If you’re tired of video meetings, squinting at low-quality video with nobody making virtual eye contact, maybe you should be turning to Nvidia and its new AI software, called Maxine.
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Announced in a press release, Nvidia said that the “GPU-Accelerated AI Platform, Nvidia Maxine, enables video-conference providers to vastly improve streaming quality and offer AI-powered features.”
Maxine is a cloud-native platform, which means that the heavy lifting is done on Nvidia’s servers.
Video compression saves bandwidth
Video-compression technology based, as so much of the company’s product claims to be, on AI, means that the video bandwidth consumption is massively reduced. This makes for much smoother video, even with internet speeds that leave much to be desired.
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Frost & Sullivan Industry Director Nancy Jamison noted, “Companies looking at emerging channels, omnichannel, and AI would do well to look at Bright Pattern…All channels are native to the platform, enabling true omnichannel conversations and omnichannel quality management.” Bright Pattern also placed
Tesla is working on new battery technology that CEO Elon Musk says will enable the company to make sleeker, more affordable cars that can travel much longer distances on a single charge.
But the battery breakthroughs unveiled Tuesday at a highly anticipated event seemed to disappoint Wall Street, with the entrepreneur saying it will take years to develop the enhanced batteries. Investors were hoping Tesla’s technology would mark an even bigger leap forward and propel the company’s soaring stock to greater heights.
Tesla’s shares shed more than 6% in extended trading after Musk’s presentation, with the stock down another 8% on Wednesday. That deepened a slump that began during Tuesday’s regular trading session as investors began to brace for a potential letdown. Musk raised those worries with a series of tweets Monday warning that Tesla’s new battery tech might not be ready for high-volume production until 2022.