NVIDIA CEO Jin Hsun Huang said Wednesday at the Baidu International Conference in Beijing that Nvidia and Baidu have agreed to cooperate in integrating artificial intelligence from car to car into a self-towing vehicle platform.
Together, they will work to find solutions for high-resolution maps and self-control in third level cars and motorized parking.
“We will bring together the technical capabilities and expertise in the field of artificial intelligence and the size of world-class AI companies to create a self-driving car architecture from end to end, top to bottom and from a cloud on the car,” Jin Hsien said.
“We can start implementing these capabilities to solve the key challenges of AI, one of which is a smart machine,” he said. “One of the smart machines we want to build in the future is self-driving cars.”
The companies have introduced Drive PX2 – the world’s first artificial intelligence computer development platform – and DriveWorks. Nvidia and Baidu will develop autonomous vehicle technology for global auto manufacturers in China.
Baidu is also likely to use this technology for its taxi fleet, as it recently invested in Didi Chuxing, which last month announced an agreement to take over operations of the Chinese Uber company.
Nvidia has earned a reputation in the technology world for developing graphics processing units (GPUs) and on-chip systems (SoCs) for laptops. However, the company has expanded the auto market in recent years. Two years ago, it turned into a platform company focused on four markets: sports, professional visuals, data centers, and cars.
As a part of this transition, Nvidia has already developed a partnership working with Baidu to develop automotive artificial intelligence technology, including advances with car supercomputers and artificial intelligence algorithms. The final phase may lead to greater convergence between the technologies of the two companies.
Baidu World Play
The move may allow Baidu to expand outside Asia.
“Baidu dominates China in the same way that the rest of the world is dominated by Google,” said Rob Anderle, chief analyst of the undergroup group.
“Clearly, Baidu wants to achieve this vision, and a partnership with a leading automotive technology autonomous company should be a way to get there faster than going it alone,” Inkler said. “Like Google, Baidu not only wants to provide entertainment, but it is an important back end, because they know that one person can easily give birth to another.”
The reason many tech companies are involved in self-driving is that they will have some serious rewards for companies crossing the finish line. However, exact goals and rewards may vary between companies.
“Essentially, OEMs find another option for HD maps that go beyond traditional maps such as HER, TomTom and startups such as Geodigital and Sunburn,” Chandrasekar explains.
“In fact, OEM companies like BMW are working with Baidu on their own independent vehicles for the Chinese market,” he said. This partnership can make United Power an ideal partner to go to the market for HD maps and is a comprehensive solution for self-driving in the Chinese market. ”
Bumps in the road
Along with Google, Apple and other players, Nvidia is likely to face unique challenges in the automotive world.
“For Nvidia, the biggest problem is that outside of some supercars – the automotive industry does not rely on third-party players to develop their own technologies,” Andrell said.
“However, this has changed recently, especially with cars that are more computerized than ever before.”
Baether said Baidu is largely new to the location, and “will accelerate the educational curve for them.” “Chinese companies with few exceptions are not good enough to take their products to the Western world, so development outside China can be a problem
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You also managed to run Slacks by booting from USB connected to dual OS laptops on Windows 10 and three other Linux operating systems. Computer powers display options with multiple hard drive installations to play slacks when the appropriate key is pressed.
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