Nvidia has been positioning itself as a leading computing power supplier for autonomous driving. Tesla deployed Nvidia’s Drive PX2 computers in its vehicles last year and claimed it could eventually enable fully autonomous driving (level 5) – becoming the first to include it in production cars.
But the automaker and chipmaker didn’t agree on the computing power needed to enable fully self-driving capability.
Now Nvidia unveils a new supercomputer that it believes will enable level 5 autonomous driving. expand full story