Volvo partners with Nvidia to develop AI for self-driving cars

Volvo has selected Nvidia’s in-car artificial intelligence and deep-learning platform as part of an autonomous vehicle scheme that the car maker ultimately hopes will make driving safer. The announcement of the partnership, made at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 (CES 2016) in Las Vegas, Nevada, revealed that Volvo Cars will use Nvidia’s Drive PX 2 deep-learning computing engine in a fleet of of 100 Volvo XC90 cars as part of the Swedish manufacturer’s “Drive Me” self-driving car pilot program. Further reading Volvo’s partnership with Nvidia comes shortly after the vehicle manufacturer revealed it’s working with big data analytics company Inrix to provide drivers with what they call “the first live, real-time traffic service” to help “better tackle the challenges of daily driving.” According to Volvo, which is owned by China’s…


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