CES 2018: NVIDIA CEO Unveils Drive AR Platform for Autonomous Vehicles

NVIDIA's CEO announced a new augmented realtiy platform for self-driving cars tonight at CES 2018.


The NVIDIA CES 2018 Keynote is about to wrap up, but CEO Jensen Huang wasn't done with his automotive announcements. After revealing Drive Xavier, the world's first autonomous machine processor, and announcing the Uber Self-Driving Robot Taxi partnership, NVIDIA's CEO had one more technology advancement to discuss. Tonight, NVIDIA has announced Drive AR for autonomous vehicles. 

The self-driving AR platform will allow for better navigation, surround perception, environment mapping and tracking. NVIDIA demoed this technology in a very interesting manner with an AR  demo inside of a VR demo using machine learning. Buzzword overload!

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