Nvidia CEO reveals more data about their new technology and progress during CES 2017, in Los Angeles. Nvidia is famous in the gaming world for its skills as a manufacturer of graphics processor technologies. This year, at CES the company revealed its deal with the automaker Mercedes-Benz. Apparently, their wish is to work together to design an artificially intelligent autonomous car.
Nvidia CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, and the vice president of Mercedes-Benz Digital Vehicle and Mobility, Sajjad Khan, presented their plan to the public. They are bound to develop a smart car powered by AI Nvidia until the end of 2017. Jen-Hsun Huang claimed that their teams have perfectly collaborated due their common goals and visions.
They both have similar ideas when it comes to artificial intelligence and the way this could change everyone’s driving experience, transforming it into a pleasant activity. He also stated that both companies have the same vision when it comes to the use of artificial intelligence. During CES, Nvidia CEO also presented the progress they have done concerning AI technology.
Among other successful processes that they had deployed, the CEO Jen-Hsun Huang talked about an important feature designed by its company known as Co-Pilot. Through this feature, information from sensors inside the car can be collected. Nevertheless, they are also able to extract data from outside the car by using microphones and cameras.
What is more, this feature is outfitted with voice and facial recognition. Thus, the car will be capable of alerting the driver of any current threat which may appear. Jen-Hsun Huang gave an example during its presentation. He argued that if there is a biker cycling in a nearby lane, a short alarm could help the driver pay more attention to traffic, guaranteeing that the car will not turn in front of the bike which was not visible.
The Co-Pilot system is even able to examine driver’s facial expressions to make sure whether the driver figured out a potential threat or risk. Besides car technology, Nvidia CEO has also announced their new feature regarding games. They will implement GeForce Now. This will permit gamers who do not own a Mac or a PC to play high-performance requirement PC games available in the cloud.
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