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Nvidia has wery cool AP project

Discussion in 'Autonomous Vehicles' started by Matias, Aug 12, 2016.

  1. Jeff N

    Jeff N Active Member

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    Electrek thinks Tesla might be using Nvidia technology for the next generation AP. I have no idea if that is actually true.

    Tesla Autopilot 2.0: next gen Autopilot powered by more radar, new triple camera, some equipment already in production
     
  2. Matias

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    Hopefully they do use Nvidia!
     
  3. cronosx

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    the video with the cone it's awsome.. i'm sure the current autopilot can't even begin to do that
     
  4. Matias

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    From: How NVIDIA Built the DGX-1 Deep Learning Supercomputer in a Box

    "Duct tape. Plexiglass. Plastic ties. Ear plugs. Band-Aids.

    If you’re building something for the first time — whether it’s a spaceship or a sports car — this is where you start. And if you look through the expense reports of the engineering teams that put together our NVIDIA DGX-1 deep learning system, that’s what you’ll find."

    Spaceships? Sports car? Hum... Can you be any more obvious?
     
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    "we did not program any explicit object detection, mapping, path planning or control components into this car. Instead, the car learns on its own to create all necessary internal representations necessary to steer, simply by observing human drivers."


     

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