At CES, company announced a host of new generative AI technology updates and releases, including TensorRT GPUs, the TensorRT-LLM open-source library, tools for RTX PCs and workstations, RTX-accelerated GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs, and new developer AI tools to create, test, and customize pre-trained generative AI models and LLMs.
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Enhanced tools, laptops, and desktop systems are designed to help artists realize their creative vision, such as transforming 2D illustrations into dynamic 3D scenes using AI and Adobe Firefly 2.
Cloud gaming service boasts new Activision and Blizzard titles ‘Diablo IV’ and ‘Overwatch, new Ultimate and Priority membership day passes, and availability to gamers across Japan, allowing them to play their favorite games in the cloud.
New microservices mean state-of-the-art generative AI models can now be integrated into games, tools, and middleware to enable new possibilities such as characters interacting without the need for pre-scripted dialogue.
Announced at CES, the tool provides an affordable, commercially safe image generation service that produces ready-to-license visuals that include legal protection and usage rights.
CES 2019 Innovation Award honoree combines AR/VR with mobile PC, supporting new applications for education, vocational training, c-commerce, social media, gaming and more.
The CTA’s annual Consumer Electronics Show once again displayed, center stage, the future of technological innovation.