Nvidia Drive PX 2 to pack the power of 6 Titan X GPUs and enable self-driving cars

Think of the PX Drive 2 as an AI supercomputer in a lunch box. Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang holds the company’s new Drive PX2 that will feature more computational power than six GeForce Titan X cards and will power self-driving cars. Credit: Gordon Mah Ung Executive Editor, PCWorld Jan 5, 2016 5:39 AM Nvidia’s new Drive PX2 will feature more computing power than 150 MacBook Pro laptops or six GeForce Titan X cards and can be used by any car company to make self-driving cars, the company announced Monday night. ”Nvidia’s GPU is central to advances in deep learning and supercomputing,” said Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang. “We are leveraging these to create the brain of future autonomous vehicles that will be continuously alert, and eventually achieve superhuman levels of situational…


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