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The Inception program provides BrainChild Innovation access to NVIDIA GPU resources specifically built for artificial intelligence & mixed reality applications.
In a meeting held at the global headquarters in Chicago, Sheehy informed the management of Brainchild Communications that SMG is looking at Pakistan much more deeply.
The brainchild of contributing songwriter John Hekert, who now resides in Norway,Teepee originally began as a means for the collective to stay in touch as many moved away from the silver city.
The proposal is the brainchild of IDAHO's founder, Louis-Georges Tin, 32, a professor, author, and rising activist in France.
BankBlackwell, a would-be black online bank that was the brainchild of former OneUnited Bank executive James Mundy, folded in August before it ever took its first deposit or loan application.
Tonight is the brainchild of Jai Tanju, and it's a great idea executed flawlessly.
Both this and the Biennale were the brainchild of sometime editor, publisher and exhibition organiser Peter Murray, who can be rightly proud of having injected huge energy into the London scene.
The brainchild of Jim Robertson, a parishioner and lawyer, Altarwalk is a liturgical sculpture consisting of nine stations, each of them with a reflective reading and a metaphorical illustration of a theme.
"Topsail" is "truly Poindexter's brainchild," comments John Arquilla, an intelligence expert at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California.
Hailed by Alberta Nokes, Vision's Director of Independent Production, as "one of the biggest and most ambitious productions with which our network has ever had the privilege to be associated," the series is the brainchild of David Rabinovitch, who is, naturally, an "award-winning producer, director and writer." The advance release material featured such pejorative phrases, in reference to the Catholic Church, as "reign of terror," "booting out heresy," "the business of terror," and best of all, 'some scholars say the Inquisition exists to this day, in the form of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith ...
The 37th annual CORD conference was the brainchild of Arizona State University's Naomi M.
The brainchild of the country's private ports chamber, the Rosario stock market and the Ferrocamara railroad association, Circunvalar would build a ring of highways and railroads in and around the city to better handle the transfer of cargoes between trucks and trains.