Nvidia and Baidu recently released an advertisement for self-driving cars that deserves more attention.
China now lags behind the United States in automotive technology, but it overtakes the United States and Japan in car production. (I really felt that Japan was still ahead)
China now produces as many cars as the United States. Therefore, it has already jumped ahead of the United States in cars – and if things get smart, our next problem of illegal immigration may be Chinese autonomous cars trying to find a less polluted country!
Granted, we’ve had videos for a while warning that Italians can.
I will share some thoughts on China’s autonomous ambitions in the car, and conclude with Kuju, an influential home security product that promises to help keep you safe in an increasingly hostile world.
Nvidia’s Drive PX2
This China-U.S. At the core of the joint effort is the Nvidia Drive PX2, a product that is widely underestimated. I say “underrated”, because it is a relatively portable computer that can make independent decisions and make faster and better decisions than a single person – largely due to an impressive array of sensors – and cars. Much more can be used in comparison. Portable brains can have everything from boats and aircraft to smart buildings and even robots.
Keeping a box in mind can change the entire IoT market in a big way, it can dramatically change weapon systems for both attack and defense (which makes them extremely cheap and more effective), and is an automatic Can make midwife very good. Describing its “amazing” ability would be less than reality – and for the most part, Nvidia stands alone with this thing, and fits in a portable bag.
Development path in china
China today is able to move much faster than any other country, with a mix of financial resources, relatively little regulation and helping companies move forward.
It is really amazing when various US and Chinese governments talk of helping companies. I have been talking to US company executives for a year or so, and the CEO put it this way: In the US, you are surrounded by inspectors, who place a heavy burden on the company regarding compliance and default. Interestingly, in China, government agents surround you and ask what they can help … You thought it would be the opposite.
I think China has achieved much success in building a car industry, dodging the United States and Japan – it is surprisingly larger than both in a short period of time. China made about 200,000 cars in 1980. The number rose to 500,000 in 1990, two million in 2000, and 18 million in 2010, and the number of mega-cars reached 24 million today. It accounts for more than a quarter of the world’s auto production. This is a seriously impressive increase.
Baidu is largely invisible in the United States, but it is dominant from Google China. What you’re missing was that with the recent announcement, the companies also announced that they were clear for testing in California.
DMV in California is generally considered a gateway to the rest of the US market. If you can get there, you can get in a big way in the rest of the United States. Now Baidu doesn’t make cars – well, not anyway – but it could be a replacement for Google’s self-driving business car. It is surprising that while the majority of Chinese auto sales are in China, Baidu is developing its standalone car in California.
Nvidia and Baidu are also involved in a strong exploration of artificial intelligence in other areas, and it is likely that they will use the influential Nvidia portfolio in more markets in the future.
It reaches our armpits in smart cars
This means that we will have a mix of the only company that has acquired and won Google – the only company that has a plug-and-play smart car solution – and the country that currently has more than the US and Japan Produces cars. Together, they will focus on manufacturing the largest number of cheapest smart cars in the world, like lasers.
In a few years, we will reach the armpit of smart cars reaching us. Probably not manufactured by Ford or Toyota – they would be from a company most of us may not have even heard of. Until other auto companies and the United States rise to their collective knock, we may soon be surprised at how we all ended up having Chinese cars.
We are on the front end of a revolution, which is no less powerful than the Industrial Revolution for centuries, but this time you think about the things that think of you. Nvidia Drive PX2 is a core technology, and it’s clearly