NVIDIA self-drives Volvo, DRIVE PX 2, Audi & Mercedes @CES

NVIDIA held a news confernce at CES and in a blog post claimed that “NVIDIA Accelerates Race to Autonomous Driving at CES.” NVIDIA unveiled artificial intelligence technology that will let cars sense the world around them and pilot a safe route forward. NVIDIA introduced DRIVE PX 2, an automotive supercomputing platform that processes 24 trillion deep learning operations a second. That’s 10 times the performance of the first-generation DRIVE PX, now being used by more than 50 companies in the automotive world.The new DRIVE PX 2 delivers 8 teraflops of processing power. It has the processing power of 150 MacBook Pros. Volvo will deploy DRIVE PX 2 in self-driving SUVs. Audi continues to work closely with NVIDIA, incorporating NVIDIA Tegra processors into its zFAS driver assistance control unit and MIB…

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