Nvidia launches new AI platforms, with Google Cloud as an early adopter
Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) said Tuesday it was launching four new platforms that allowed developers to build specialized artificial intelligence models. At Nvidia's annual GTC developer conference, Chief Executive Jensen Huang introduced the L4 for AI video, the L40 for image generation, the H100 NVL for large language model deployment, and Grace Hopper for recommendation models. "The rise of generative AI is requiring more powerful inference computing platforms," said Huang, Nvidia chief executive. "The number of applications for generative AI is infinite, limited only by human imagination." Inference is the process by which a neural network makes predictions based on its training. Nvidia said that
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