CES 2016: Nvidia unveils new self-driving car tech with power of 150 MacBook Pros

LAS VEGAS—In somewhat of a tradition at the annual Consumer Electronics Show, Nvidia has opened by hinting at the major hot topics of the week. Past examples have ranged from mobile gaming to the Internet of Things, but Nvidia’s top brass touted its news this year as revolutionary on a global scale. “We’re going to talk about cars,” quipped Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang immediately as he jumped out on the keynote stage at the Four Seasons Hotel on Monday evening. Self-driving is a major computing science challenge, Huang admitted ahead of outlining an update on Nvidia’s self-driving car strategy several years in the making. Huang didn’t waste time in unveiling the Nvidia Drive PX 2, a liquid-cooled supercomputer with 12 CPU cores and four Nvidia-branded Pascal GPU chips to enabled…


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