NVIDIA CLARA

An Application Framework Optimized for Healthcare and Life Sciences Developers

NVIDIA Clara is a healthcare application framework for AI-powered imaging, genomics, and the development and deployment of smart sensors. It includes full-stack GPU-accelerated libraries, SDKs, and reference applications for developers, data scientists, and researchers to create real-time, secure, and scalable solutions.

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CLARA AGX FOR MEDICAL DEVICES

Securely manage and orchestrate AI application deployments to fleets of medical devices or edge nodes

Build an end-to-end streaming workflow for medical imaging

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CLARA DISCOVERY FOR DRUG DISCOVERY

Combines the power of accelerated computing, AI, and machine learning to supercharge the entire drug discovery process

Unlock the potential to bring life-saving drugs to market faster

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CLARA GUARDIAN FOR SMART HOSPITALS

Build edge AI applications to improve patient care and operational efficiency using everyday sensors like cameras & microphones

Leverage high performing pre-trained models and adapt them using transfer learning tools

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CLARA IMAGING FOR MEDICAL IMAGING

Build robust AI model with techniques like AutoML, privacy-preserving Federated Learning, and Transfer Learning

Deploy an AI model into an application to enable interfacing in a hospital-like environment.

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CLARA PARABRICKS FOR GENOMICS

Powerful acceleration to primary, secondary, and tertiary analyses of genomic data

Turnkey software designed for high-throughput labs on-premises or in the cloud

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NVIDIA CLARA COMMUNITY

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DEVELOPER BLOGS


Dive into the NVIDIA Clara platform and how it enables developers, data scientists, and researchers to create real-time, secure, and scalable solutions.

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Disclaimer: Clara SDKs and samples are for developmental purposes only and cannot be used directly for clinical procedures.