CES 2017: Nvidia makes a supercomputer for autonomous cars and partners up with Audi – VIDEO
Nvidia presented a supercomputer designed for autonomous cars, called Xavier, at CES 2017, CNET writes.
Jen-Hsun Huang founder and CEO of Nvidia announced that he would like to turn every car into an AI.
The road to the self-driving car of the future? A joint effort from the manufacturers
Besides Audi, other Nvidia partners include Bosch, ZF, Here and Zenrin.
Here is the former map division of Nokia, now owned by BMW, Daimler and Volkswagen. Zenrin produces digital maps for Japanese cities.
Bosch and ZF Friedrichshafen AG, also known as ZF Group, manufactures car components.
Nvidia previously announced partnerships with Chinese search engine Baidu and with map and GPS devices supplier TomTom.
Meet the brain of the car: Xavier to pass his driving exam
Xavier uses a ARM64 processor with eight cores featuring the new Volta architecture, capable of 30,000 trillion operations per second.
Huang named the new artificial intelligence platform AI Co-Pilot.