This post has been republished via RSS; it originally appeared at: Windows Experience Blog.To make it easier for STEM students to learn in-demand artificial intelligence skills, NVIDIA is making it possible for those with Windows 11 PCs to access its AI platform, which has been adopted by universities worldwide. Students studying popular STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) disciplines such as computer science, data science, information sciences and economics need access to the same technology used by research and industry: the NVIDIA RAPIDS suite of software, now coming to Windows 11. Powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPUs – which can do a lot of mathematical operations at once, like cranking through the calculations that are needed for AI – this platform includes open-source software libraries and APIs for GPU-accelerated data science (think data analytics and traditional machine learning). NVIDIA is also providing training resources such as Learning Deep Learning for students and other AI learners on Windows 11. Now students can design, develop and evaluate models and applications for deep learning, machine learning, data analytics and graph analytics, accelerated by powerful GPUs. Find out more on NVIDIA.com.