Audi has partnered with Nvidia
to use artificial intelligence in delivering highly automated vehicles starting
year 2020. Audi and Nvidia are long-time partners, merging the best of
automotive engineering and visual computing technologies on Audi innovations
such as Audi MMI navigation and the Audi virtual cockpit. Later this year Audi,
will introduce the world’s first Level 3 automated vehicle equipped with a
first-generation central driver assistance controller, or zFAS, that integrates
Nvidia computing hardware and software.
Scott Keogh, President of Audi
of America and Jen-Hsun Huang, Founder and CEO of Nvidia announced their
companies’ collaboration during the opening keynote of CES 2017. To showcase
their progress, Audi and Nvidia developed an Audi Q7 piloted driving concept
vehicle, which uses neural networks and end-to-end deep learning on Nvidia's
artificial intelligence platform to navigate a complex course. The vehicle
learns from both the road and the driver in every mile it travels and can
handle unpredictable situations like roadblocks, construction and changes in
weather. This demonstration illustrates the power of end-to-end deep learning
and how it will be one of many neural networks running simultaneously inside of
an artificial intelligence car.
Source: Audi AG
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