January 08, 2018

Uber Will Put Nvidia Under the Hood of its Autonomous Cars

Nvidia and Uber have entered into a partnership that will make the chipmaker's GPUs the processors of choice inside the ride-sharing company's fleet of autonomous cars and freight trucks. The announcement came out of the 2018 Consumer Electronics Shows (CES) and marks a significant step in Nvidia becoming a major supplier of processing technologies for self-driving vehicles as its Drive PX series of autonomous vehicle computing platforms will be the brains of Uber's self-driving cars and trucks.

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