Nvidia AI research papers lauded

The papers win two NeurIPS 2022 Awards.

Andy Patrizio

Nvidia walked away with two awards for research papers at the recently held Conference and Workshop on Neural Information Processing Systems (NeurIPS), one of the premier events in artificial intelligence and machine learning world. The papers on AI covered exploring how diffusion-based AI models work, while the second was on “MineDojo,” an AI trained to play the game Minecraft.  At NeurIPS, Nvidia presented an update on its GET3D work. (Source: Nvidia Research) Minecraft is an enormously popular game and certainly does not demand an advanced GPU, but it is unlike most video games in that it’s an open-ended world with

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