A new product from Nvidia announced today at GTC a $99 AI computer called the Jetson Nano.
The Nano is the most recent in Nvidia’s line of Jetson computing boards, used to give the support to robots and other AI-controlled gadgets. It has the capacity to deal with tasks like object recognition and autonomous navigation without depending on cloud handling power.
Nvidia launching a unit of the Nano focusing on developers, specialists, and DIY creators for $99, and generation prepared modules for business organizations for $129.
Moreover, the organization likewise uncovered a fun DIY venture for any producers. An open-source $250 named autonomous robotics kit JetBot. But, it incorporates a Jetson Nano alongside a robot suspension, battery pack, and engines, enabling users to manufacture their own self-driving robot.
With the $99 devkit you get 472 gigaflops of figuring fueled by a quad-center ARM A57 processor, 128-center Nvidia Maxwell GPU, and 4GB of LPDDR RAM. The Nano likewise underpins a scope of well-known AI structures, including TensorFlow, PyTorch, Caffe, Keras, and MXNet, so most calculations will be essentially attachment and-play. Also, there’s the typical prop of ports and interfaces, including USB-A and B, gigabit Ethernet, and backing for microSD storage.
However, it’s surely obvious that the Nano is intensely valued, however it’s not extraordinary in that. Intel, for instance, sells its Neural Compute Stick for $79, while Google as of late disclosed two comparable gadgets under its Coral image a $150 devkit and $75 USB quickening agent. But, on the off chance that this shows anything, it’s that Nvidia is entering a fruitful market.
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