Nvidia has announced its first in-car artificial intelligence supercomputer at CES. It sounds like it should turn any vehicle into a computational powerhouse, capable of performing 24 trillion deep-learning operations every single second.
Taking a break from treating cancer and making cocktails, IBM’s Watson is now turning its attention to how people write. The supercomputer has been trained to judge the tone in people’s written messages — and can even give feedback about how to change it.
Sure, the definition of supercomputer keeps changing all the time — today’s tablets are as powerful as supercomputers a couple of decades back — but for now, the core specifications of Western Australia’s latest processing monolith are to drool for.