RTX 3090 for Machine Learning and Object Detection?



The NVIDIA RTX 3090 is a beast. We all know it can beat the benchmarks in gaming, but how about machine learning and neural networks? Today we walk through the RTX 3090 and then compile and run Darknet, an open source neural network, on Windows and then Ubuntu Linux and run object detection on pictures, images, and real-time video. You will be amazed at how much more you can get out of your video card than just gaming!

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00:00 – Intro
01:05 – Why would you buy the RTX 3090?
02:49 – Machine learning and neural networks with Darknet
03:52 – My First attempt with Windows
05:39 – Linux to the rescue!
06:45 – Photo object detection with Darknet
09:10 – Realtime object detection with RTSP video feed
11:24 – Wow, 3090 uses a ton of power!
12:28 – Processing videos with object detection
13:35 – Other object detection platforms
15:22 – Stream Highlight – First video card purchase where I wanted to do more than gaming

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