Nvidia has been trying to capitalize on the AI and machine learning markets, from developing DLSS to employing solutions based on the AI trained on their Supercomputers. Nvidia has shown that the company is hell-bent on providing cheap AI solutions to everyone.
We are excited to announce the brand new NVIDIA Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit at #GTC20. It's the ideal tool for learning, building, and teaching #AI and #robotics—built for creators and priced for everyone. Learn more and pre-order today: https://t.co/sfECgkQekF pic.twitter.com/7GGokK7wgs
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The new Jetson Nano 2GB developer kit tries to make AI available to everyone. Till now, building machines that are capable of running intense algorithms have been very costly, especially for the students. Google, Microsoft have their cloud-based solutions that provide their services via the internet, either free or cheap. Still, the mini developer kit will try to localize the whole training regime.
The Nvidia Jetson Nano 2GB is an all-in-one single board-computer, much like Raspberry Pi, but a little bigger and more powerful. According to Nvidia, “the developer kit is ideal for learning, building, and teaching AI and robotics.” It is based on the Linux platform and only requires easy to follow tutorials if you are new to single-board computers. Users can create their projects or learn via the open-source projects from the vast community since practice makes perfect.
Nvidia also offers free tutorials and how-to videos on mastering the AI and robotics. More on it through here. Lastly, the developer kit costs $59 and is available for pre-order at all major sites, including Amazon and Newegg.