CES 2016: Nvidia Introduces World’s First In-Car AI Supercomputer for Self-Driving Cars

Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang directly addressed the supercomputer called Drive PX2 in his keynote speech. Nvidia started the CES 2016 with their traditional first keynote. In the keynote Nvidia CEO introduced the world to a supercomputer. The supercomputer is called Drive PX2 and is used to design autonomous cars. In his keynote Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang immediately addressed their latest technological advancement. The punchline by Nvidia was surprising is the least to say. Nvidia has always been known for their processor power. Their processing power is supposedly equivalent to 150 MacBook Pros. According to Nvidia an accurately designed self-driving car needs to have a ton of processing power. It believes the processing power can handle all the sensors and controls. For autonomous learning a big processor is necessary. Nvidia claims…


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