Prior to the news bomb of AP 2.0 last week, the horse race had seemed to be between Mobileye's annotated image, curated approach, and NVIDIA's supercomputing unsupervised learning approach (see Amnon Shashua's public poo-poo'ing of NVIDIA's PX2 last year). But Elon's conference call last week during the AP 2.0 reveal seemed to indicate that there are other players besides NVIDIA building deep learning supercomputers for autonomous cars - namely AMD and Intel. He told press on the call that Tesla had also considered hardware build by AMD and Intel to run Tesla's neural network in Autopilot 2.0. So clearly, even though Tesla went with NVIDIA, there are other choices available. I have not seen nearly as much press surrounding the efforts of these two companies to develop deep learning platforms to sell to OEM's for autonomous driving. Anyone know more?