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NVIDIA's RTX A6000 and A40 are New Pro-grade GPUs.

NVIDIA now has a solution for professionals ready to get a grip on its new Ampere architecture: the RTX A6000 and the A40. They are two powerful cards that comfortably outperform the drool-worthy $1,499 RTX 3090, with 10,752 CUDA cores and 48 GB of VRAM. And indeed, in case you were curious, they were the predecessors of the previous RTX 8000 and 6000 Quadro GPUs.It's not clear why NVIDIA removes the Quadro branding this time around, but the name on the card doesn't matter to anyone seeking professional results.

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5 Important Virtual Reality Trends for 2021

As one of the fastest-changing industries globally, AR and VR continue to impress us with new use cases and applications. In this post, you will read the top seven trends in AR and VR in 2020. One trend that proves to be essential for customer service is in the form of indoor AR navigation. This is a brand new use-case for virtual assistant services that dramatically enhances user experience in large buildings and shopping malls.

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AMD Acquisition Xilinx, Creating the Industry’s High-Performance Computing Leader

After a few weeks of rumor, as well as a few years of hearing, AMD went first to the complete acquisition of FPGA maker Xilinx. The deal includes an all-stock exchange, exploiting AMD's sizeable share price to allow an equivalent $143 per Xilinx share – current AMD shareholders will still own 74 percent of the merged business. In comparison, Xilinx shareholders will own 26 percent. The combined $135 billion entity would total 13,000 engineers and increase AMD's total addressable market to $110 billion. The acquisition's main reasons are assumed to be Xilinx's adaptive computing solutions for the data center label.

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Deep Learning Enables Cell Analysis Without Labeling

Fluorescently labeled cell micrographs are undeniably stunning, but they require intrusive and often destructive or deadly protocols to get their glow. In order to prevent such disruptions, researchers have created a computer program that can differentiate between cell types and recognize subcellular structures, among other features — all without the fluorescent probes on which our human eyes depend.

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Facebook Wants Its AR Glasses to Offer Superhearing to the Wearer.

A new Facebook experiment reveals how sound could play a key role in augmented reality. Chief scientist Michael Abrash and his team at FRL Research (formerly Facebook Reality Labs) published information today about what the group calls “ perceptual superpowers ” — AR devices that find out what you're trying to hear, then enhance it and dampen background noise. In conjunction with spatial audio features, the interface produces an aural equivalent of a hologram overlay in a pair of glasses.

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The Distinctions Between Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality, and How You Can Get Ready to Explore a New Reality for Yourself.