Nvidia wants its new supercomputer to drive your next car

Share This article Until now, most self-driving cars have required an array of expensive, custom, processing hardware. Nvidia is aiming to change all that with the introduction of its Drive PX 2 liquid-cooled, deep-learning, monstrously powerful computer that can easily fit in the trunk of your next car. Nvidia is using CES 2016 to deliver on the vision it teased last year: that cars would be more about software, that self-driving will require deep learning, and that all the systems required will need to run in real time. Its new Drive PX 2 is designed to deliver the goods — it features the power of six Titan X boards when used for the type of sophisticated processing needed for deep learning and autonomous vehicle operation. Along with the Drive PX 2, Nvidia’s co-founder and…


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