NVIDIA announces a GPU for self-driving cars at CES 2017

NVIDIA announces a new GPU specially made for autonomous cars. Image: NVIDIA. NVIDIA launched a self-driving vehicle at CES 2017. The company has surprised everybody with the release of its autonomous car affectionately known as BB8, name taken from The Force Awakens. The company demonstrated in a video how the car worked on a regular trip to Starbucks. The vehicle proved functional when it interacted with the driver naturally in a spoken language, following traffic lights and respecting signs and intersections successfully. Another demo shows BB8 dodging obstacles on a previously prepared dirt road and a variety of materials that drivers would usually find while commuting. All this with the purpose of seeing the vehicle taking detours and avoiding obstacles showing an excellent performance. Enter the NVIDIA Drive PX 2…


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