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DeepSense supports collaborative projects between businesses in the ocean economy and academic researchers to drive growth through Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and the better use of data. Key ocean sectors we support include Energy, Food, Defence, Transportation, and Tourism.
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Graphical Processing Units or GPUs are popular among data scientists for use in training machine/deep learning models. But what is the difference between GPUs and their companions, central processing units (CPUs)? There are several aspects of GPUs that differ from CPUs. GPUs and modern CPUs have various cores, rather than one. A core is […]
We are often asked how much data one needs when using artificial intelligence/machine learning techniques. Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. It will depend highly on what type of data you have, and what methods you are employing. Is it possible to have too little data? Yes, but there can be some easy fixes. The […]
HPC stands for High Performance Computing. It can also be used as a synonym for supercomputing. An HPC infrastructure has the following characteristics: A huge amount of computation resources Advanced computation capabilities Fast interconnections Parallel processing CPU/GPU computation Advanced file systems Enhanced securities Large storage. HPC is widely used for scientific computation, application development, machine […]
A drive to see Atlantic Canada succeed in the ocean’s sector combined with a desire to help companies use their data to grow, places Jennifer LaPlante in good standing to oversee DeepSense as Executive Director. “DeepSense really brings this together,” says LaPlante. “I’m looking forward to helping companies in this space with their decision making.” […]