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    Mercedes-Benz concept car powered by NVIDIA DRIVE at CES 2016

    Published on Jan 7, 2016

    No concept car is complete without a jaw-dropping interior. And inside, the Mercedes IAA has an elegant digital dashboard powered by NVIDIA DRIVE CX, our automotive cockpit computer.
    "CES 2016: Auto Partners Worldwide Showing Off NVIDIA-Powered Products"

    by Danny Shapiro
    January 6, 2016

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    Roborace and NVIDIA

    Published on Apr 11, 2016

    We’re putting our DRIVE PX 2 AI supercomputer into the cars that will compete in the Roborace Championship, the first global autonomous motorsports competition.

    Since the cars don’t need human drivers, these racecars are incredibly compact, and the designs — conceived by auto designer Daniel Simon, the man behind the light cycles of "Tron: Legacy" — are like nothing that’s been seen on a road, or a racetrack, before. There’s no room in these racers for the trunk full of PCs that powered earlier generations of autonomous vehicles.
    "Go, Autonomous Speed Racer, Go! NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 to Power World’s First Robotic Motorsports Competition"

    by Danny Shapiro
    April 5, 2016

    Roborace, global race series for driverless electric cars

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    NVIDIA self-driving car

    Published on May 12, 2016

    We’ve been working on developing an autonomous car that runs our deep-learning network, which we call DAVENET. Check out how this car turned out after 3,000 miles of learning in one month in this video.

    Self-driving cars was a key topic at GTC 2016. We showcased our DRIVE PX 2 system, and how it's able to sense, plan, and execute all phases of autonomous driving.

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    "Introducing Xavier, the NVIDIA AI Supercomputer for the Future of Autonomous Transportation"

    by Danny Shapiro
    September 28, 2016

    Packed with 7 billion transistors, and manufactured using cutting-edge 16nm FinFET process technology, a single Xavier AI processor will be able to replace today’s DRIVE PX 2 configured with dual mobile SoCs and dual discrete GPUs — at a fraction of the power consumption.

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    Article "Nvidia's Pegasus is the 'world's first' AI supercomputer for fully-autonomous robotaxis"
    Drive PX system will enable Level 5 driverless vehicles

    by Carly Page
    October 10, 2017

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    NVIDIA talks about its self-driving technology

    Published on Oct 19, 2018

    Danny Shapiro, Senior Director of Automotive at NVIDIA talks about the NVIDIA DRIVE™ PX, an AI supercomputer its created to accelerate production of automated and autonomous vehicles.

    "Given the types of jobs out in the marketplace today and the lack of talent..there's a lot of opportunity for anyone just getting started who can take courses to understand the fundamentals of computing today." - Danny Shapiro

    If you're interested in switching careers into the self-driving car industry and have some math and programming background, we're excited for you to check-out our Intro to Self-Driving Cars Nanodegree program and get started on the road to a career in the autonomous vehicles industry.

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