Mercedes-Benz Collaborates With NVIDIA For AI Car

by SpeedLux
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As a business, NVIDIA is understood for the graphics card and gaming industry, but its newest project and collaboration with Mercedes-Benz is a significant departure.

At CES 2017, NVIDIA and Mercedes-Benz revealed plans to bring an automobile with Nvidia-powered AI to market by the end of the year. NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang and Mercedes-Benz VP of Digital Vehicle and Mobility Sajjad Khan, Jen-Hsun revealed the preliminary stages of the project, which started three years earlier.

“When our teams came together there was immediate chemistry,” Jen-Hsun stated. “We share a common vision about how AI can alter your driving experience and make it more enjoyable.”

This week at CES, NVIDIA likewise highlighted numerous elements of its operation in AI. According to a report, a significant function is Co-Pilot, an integrated system developed around tools like facial acknowledgment, voice acknowledgment and external sensors to enhance driver security and usability. Information on accessibility and how the AI will work within the vehicle are unavailable at this time, but NVIDIA and Mercedes-Benz are expected to highlight more closer to the vehicle’s launch.

NVIDIA is likewise one of the companies that has made significant vehicle announcements at CES.

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