A number of self-driving cars sporting NVIDIA’s autonomous driving technologies were present at GPU Technology Conference in San Jose this week. However, none was available for a test drive — a sensible move by NVIDIA in the light of the fatal Uber self-driving car accident the week before.
A 49-year-old woman has become the first pedestrian to be killed by an autonomous vehicle.
Honda has signed a long-term agreement to develop autonomous cars with SenseTime, a China artificial intelligence (AI) company. The partnership will leverage Honda’s vehicle control system with SenseTime’s AI algorithms to jointly create an autonomous driving […]
NVIDIA will unveil new technology for self-driving cars at CES, which will kick off in Las Vegas this week. Jen Hsun-Huang, CEO of NVIDIA will be hosting a press conference on January 5, 10am […]