Follow the methodology used to create a liver patient dataset classifier including the effect of various preprocessing methods on the dataset prior to classification.
Learn about WebVR: an upcoming specification that allows web developers to create immersive experiences within a web browser.
Project Arena is a premium commercial VR experience that sets out to demonstrate and educate the VR developer community on how to produce large-scale VR projects.
This kit comes with a pre-installed operating system, sample code, reference designs, IDEs, SDKs, and more, to create powerful AI and computer vision solutions.
Watch replays of the informative sessions offered at the spring event.
Intel® Student Ambassador Prajjwal Bhargava explores generative modeling, also known as generative adversarial networks (GANs).
Use this code sample to create a simple game and learn fundamental persistent memory programming concepts that you can use in your own applications.
Pin is a dynamic binary instrumentation framework for the IA-32 architecture and Intel® Many Integrated Core architectures that enables the creation of dynamic program analysis tools. New downloads are now available.
Learn how to use block protocols over a network fabric, which will enable legacy applications to take advantage of persistent memory. This method uses the open source Storage Performance Development Kit (SPDK) and the Persistent Memory Development Kit (PMDK).
Learn about the Intel® Xeon® processor D family, which is positioned between the Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor (focused on server-level performance) and the lower powered Intel Atom® processor.
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