StradVision has joined NVIDIA Inception, a virtual accelerator program designed to nurture companies that are revolutionizing industries with advancements in AI and data sciences. Distinguishing itself as a collaborator of choice from among other AI companies, StradVision has also been selected as one of the program's Premier Partners, an exclusive group within NVIDIA Inception's global network of over 6,000 startups. StradVision specializes in AI-based vision processing technology for Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) via SVNet, their flagship product. It is a lightweight embedded software that allows vehicles to detect and identify objects on the road accurately, even in harsh weather conditions or poor lighting. Thanks to StradVision's patented Deep Neural Network-enabled technology, SVNet can be optimized for any hardware system.
Startups are powerful engineers of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, developing intelligent applications across industries. By leveraging the capabilities of robotics, hardware and high performance computing, startups are redrawing the maps of navigation, transportation, and supply-chain operations. NVIDIA is nurturing the entrepreneurship ecosystem through its Inception Program for AI Startups, connecting pioneers to a massive network of deep learning experts and thought leadership. Members of the program receive GPU hardware discounts and get the chance to try out the latest technology. At this year's GPU Technology Conference, the premier artificial intelligence and deep learning event, Inception members can take part in exclusive networking initiatives to share their emerging technologies.
Unlike traditional accelerators, NVIDIA Inception supports all stages of a startup's life cycle. We work closely with members to provide the best technical tools, latest resources, and opportunities to connect with investors. All startups enter the program as valuable Community members. As your startup matures, your program benefits also evolve to further your growth. Premier members receive increased NVIDIA marketing support, access to Premier-only member events, and a dedicated NVIDIA relationship manager.
Manufacturer Nvidia recently welcomed the 1000th health care AI startup company to its Nvidia Inception program, a fast-track support for companies seeking to use machine learning for their ventures. Today the firm officially declared The Nvidia Inception Alliance for Healthcare, which gives members access to resources, particularly for the healthcare business, the GE Healthcare Edison Developer Program. Nvidia Inception is thought of as personalized service for startup companies working with machine learning, providing training and technical assistance with artificial intelligence, in addition to early access to the manufacturer's cutting edge hardware. The Alliance for Healthcare specifically introduces a host of benefits for FDA-approved Premier members, namely access to Nuance AI Marketplace for Diagnostic Imaging, a database of confirmed medical models for coaching algorithms. Nvidia will probably be hosting a particular address open to the public tomorrow at 5 pm CT (11 am Monday GMT) to discuss how the program is working with healthcare professionals in fields ranging from radiology and information science, which has the capacity to automate mundane, repetitive jobs in medical labs and much more rapidly interpret complex information, to the growth of medical devices, including prosthetic limbs that accurately forecast the user's moves.
India: American technology major Nvidia has launched the Nvidia Inception programme in India, in recognition of the country's budding innovation ecosystem in Artificial Intelligence (AI). Inception is a virtual incubator programme to support startups with revolutionary ideas in AI. Members will receive a custom set of benefits, from hardware grants and marketing support to training with deep learning experts. The Inception Programme was launched in India at the inaugural Nvidia Emerging Companies Summit India, part of the GPU Technology Conference (GTCx), a platform for the brightest minds and greatest ideas in GPU computing. The momentum around AI among Indian innovators is so significant that, at launch, the Inception Programme already has close to 100 Indian startups as members.