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  • NVIDIA Invites Healthcare Startup Submissions to Access UK’s Most Powerful Supercomputer September 22, 2021
    It takes major computing power to tackle major projects in digital biology — and that’s why we’re connecting pioneering healthcare startups with the U.K.’s most powerful supercomputer, Cambridge-1. U.K. startups can now apply to harness the system, which is dedicated to advancing healthcare with AI and digital biology. Since inaugurating Cambridge-1 in July, five founding […]
  • Wild Things: 3D Reconstructions of Endangered Species with NVIDIA’s Sifei Liu September 22, 2021
    Endangered species can be difficult to study — they’re elusive, and the very act of observing them can disrupt their lives. Now, scientists can take a closer look at endangered species by studying AI-generated 3D representations of them. Sifei Liu, a senior research scientist at NVIDIA, has worked with her team to create an algorithm […]
  • NVIDIA Calls UK AI Strategy “Important Step,” Will Open Cambridge-1 Supercomputer to UK Healthcare Startups September 22, 2021
    NVIDIA today called the U.K. government’s launch of its AI Strategy an important step forward, and announced a programme to open the Cambridge-1 supercomputer to U.K. healthcare...
  • Next Generation: 'Teens in AI' Takes on the Ada Lovelace Hackathon September 22, 2021
    Jobs in data science and AI are among the fastest growing in the entire workforce, according to LinkedIn’s 2021 Jobs Report. Teens in AI, a London-based initiative, is working to inspire the next generation of AI researchers, entrepreneurs and leaders through a combination of hackathons, accelerators, networking events and bootcamps. In October, the organization, with […]
  • Trash Talk: Startup’s AI-Driven Detection System Primed to Take a Bite Out of Global Waste September 21, 2021
    Of the 8.3 billion tons of virgin plastic waste created each year, despite decades of efforts to reduce the amount that ends up in landfills, only about 9 percent gets recycled. London-based computer vision startup Recycleye looks to give those recycling numbers a big boost with its AI-driven system for identifying waste materials. By automating […]
  • Architecture Firm Brings New Structure to Design Workflows With Real-Time Rendering and Virtual Collaboration September 20, 2021
    When working on future skyscrapers, bridges or other projects, Kohn Pedersen Fox looks beyond traditional processes. The global architecture firm aims to find the most creative and optimal design using advanced technologies like generative design, deep learning and immersive visualization. And during design reviews, KPF relies on collaborative sessions so their teams, clients and stakeholders […]
  • Find the Love We Shared in September: NVIDIA Canvas Update Paints With New Styles September 20, 2021
    NVIDIA Canvas, the AI-powered painting app that enables artists to paint by material, using AI to turn doodles into beautiful artwork, released an update today introducing custom styles. Now users can apply the look and feel or “style” of their own images to their final Canvas painting. Supporting the new Canvas update is the September […]
  • Pushing Forward the Frontiers of Natural Language Processing September 17, 2021
    Idea generation, not hardware or software, needs to be the bottleneck to the advancement of AI, Bryan Catanzaro, vice president of applied deep learning research at NVIDIA, said this week at the AI Hardware Summit. “We want the inventors, the researchers and the engineers that are coming up with future AI to be limited only […]
  • GeForce NOW Members Are Free to Play a Massive Library of Most-Played Games, Included With Membership September 16, 2021
    Want to play awesome PC games for free without having to buy an expensive gaming rig? This GFN Thursday takes a look at the 90+ free-to-play PC games — including this week’s Fortnite Season 8 release and the Epic Games Store free game of the week, Speed Brawl, free to claim Sept. 16-23 — all […]
  • NVIDIA to Drive “Advances for Decades to Come,” TIME Magazine Writes September 15, 2021
    Highlighting NVIDIA’s fast-growing impact, TIME magazine Wednesday named NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang to its list of most influential people of 2021. NVIDIA has enabled a revolution that “allows phones to answer questions out loud, farms to spray weeds but not crops, doctors to predict the properties of new drugs—with more wonders to come,” Andrew Ng […]


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  • This Week’s Tip: Ways to Promote Your Event August 3, 2021
    This Week’s Tip: Ways to Promote Your Event Do you have an event or promotion coming up? There are several ways to spread the word to get people there. Here are a few free or inexpensive options to consider: Submit your event to the Terrell Chamber online calendar of events. These events appear on our website,… […]
  • Tip Tuesday: 80/20 Rule for Social Media July 27, 2021
    Tip Tuesday: 80/20 Rule for Social Media Do you follow the 80/20 rule for social media posts? 80% of what you post should be educational, entertaining or something of value for your audience. Only 20% of your posts should be self-promotional. Posts that are not about your business tend to get more engagement, which helps… […]
  • Member Tip: Spotlight Your Business July 20, 2021
    Member Tip: Spotlight Your Business For a couple of years now we've been spotlighting member businesses in our bi-monthly Chamber Spotlight newsletter. That publication is produced and distributed by the Terrell Tribune. In that format, we can only Spotlight a few at a time. So this year we began weekly Facebook Spotlight posts. This allows… […]
  • Member Tip: Join our Private Facebook Group July 13, 2021
    Member Tip: Join our Private Facebook Group Did you know we have a Facebook Group exclusive to Chamber members?  The members-only, private group was created as an additional way for us to communicate with our members about upcoming networking opportunities, membership benefits, community events, and other membership-related items. It also allows you to ask business-related questions of… […]
  • The Summer of New July 7, 2021
    The Summer of New   The past year gave us many opportunities to evaluate and change the way we do things at the Terrell Chamber of Commerce.  For instance, the July 4th celebration offered new attractions and a new location.  After decades of hosting fireworks at Ben Gill Park, we relocated to Terrell Municipal Airport… […]
  • Member Tip: Submit Hot Deals & Promotions July 6, 2021
    Member Tip: Submit Hot Deals & Promotions Do you have a special promotion you want to spread the word about? Or perhaps you'd like to offer a special deal to fellow Chamber members. It's simple to do! You can submit your "Hot Deals" through the Member Information Center. Once approved, they'll appear on our website… […]
  • Member Tip: Setting up a Facebook Page for your Business June 29, 2021
    Member Tip: Setting up a Facebook Page for your Business Do you have a website for your business? Maybe a website is cost prohibitive or not necessary to reach your target audience. A Facebook Page for your business may be the perfect way to establish an online presence. Here are a few reasons to consider… […]
  • Member Tip: Make Valuable Connections June 22, 2021
    Member Tip: Make Valuable Connections Perhaps one of the most significant benefits of being a Chamber member is the ability to meet and connect with others in the community. You never know when you may meet your next customer, partner or employee. There are several different opportunities to meet and network with fellow Chamber members:… […]
  • Member Tip: Sharing New Items June 15, 2021
    Member Tip: Sharing New Items One of the most common requests we get is to share news items from members. Anything from event sponsorship or vendor opportunities, press releases, or company announcements.   The best way to share your news with other members is to submit it as a news item in the Member Information… […]
  • Things my Daddy Taught Me June 10, 2021
    Things my Daddy Taught Me Two years! That’s the Chamber work anniversary I’m celebrating today. It certainly has been full of unexpected twists and turns thanks to COVID. I joke with my coworkers and our board members that I’m a redshirt freshman. Twenty-four months in and there are still annual Chamber and EDC events that… […]