Nvidia DRIVE PX 2 Boosts IQ Of Self-Driving Cars

DRIVE PX 2, the latest version of Nvidia’s supercomputer for cars, enables a host of different functions that can help autonomous vehicles run safely and efficiently. Google, Tesla, Nissan: 6 Self-Driving Vehicles Cruising Our Way (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Nvidia is launching the DRIVE PX 2, a tablet-sized computing system designed for in-vehicle artificial intelligence (AI). The graphics chipmaker unveiled its updated autonomous car technology right before the official start of the 2016 CES expo in Las Vegas on Jan. 4. The computer utilizes deep learning on Nvidia’s graphics processing units (GPUs) to create 360-degree situational awareness around the car, which helps the car determine where it is and compute a safe, comfortable trajectory. The platform work is facilitated by the company’s DriveWorks software suite, which includes…

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