- News tagged "self-driving car"
Friday, 23 Dec 2016
The high-profile CEO of Tesla Motors made a Twitter announcement about rolling out most of the “full self-driving capabilities” on Tesla cars with HW2 hardware towards the end of next week.
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2016
Google has announced that it will spin off its self-driving car project into an independent subsidiary under its Alphabet parent company called Waymo.
Wednesday, 19 Oct 2016
A self-driving vehicle belonging to nuTonomy was involved in a “minor incident” at Biopolis Drive yesterday morning. This is the first report of an accident involving an autonomous vehicle in Singapore, which has proven receptive to the new technology.
Thursday, 29 Sep 2016
Meet Xavier, NVIDIA’s next-gen SoC with its sights set on autonomous driving and AI market segments!
At the inaugural GTC Europe 2016, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took to stage and announced the next-gen SoC, Xavier. The new system on chip is in line to succeed Parker, the current SoC for autonomous vehicles.
Wednesday, 17 Aug 2016
Ford has boldly announced that it will build a fleet of self-driving cars, without steering wheels and pedals, by 2021. These cars will put into hail and ride service.
Friday, 1 Jul 2016
A number of tech firms and traditional car manufacturers are attempting to develop autonomous systems for self-driving cars. According to Bloomberg, the latest efforts reportedly points to a collaboration that includes BMW, Intel, and Mobileye, a tech firm that develops “vision-based advanced driver assistance systems.”
Friday, 8 Apr 2016
NVIDIA is taking a big leap of faith in its supercomputer for the car – the Drive PX 2 – and establishing an F1-like car race with a new breed of super cars, except that there will be no drivers!
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2016
A Google self-driving car may just have been responsible for its first ever accident. Google's autonomous vehicles have been in accidents before, but this could be the first time it actually caused one.
Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016
In the eyes of the law, Google’s self-driving car system may soon get the same treatment as a human driver.
Tuesday, 5 Jan 2016
NVIDIA's ultimate goal is to provide an end-to-end platform for self-driving cars, which is why NVIDIA has announced DriveWorks, a suite of software tools, libraries and modules, and DriveNet, its very own deep neural network.