Nvidia has upped its game by developing a new self-driving supercomputer that packs more than 10 times greater processing power than it's current offering.
Tesla relies on NVIDIA for its current infotainment system, but sources say that's about to change, as the company looks to Intel instead.
Tesla hasn't announced much about it Full Self-Driving technology lately, Now, it appears that the automaker is working to a potential partnership with AMD.
Volvo publicized its entry into the EV world, via its Polestar brand. Now, the automaker will move forward with NVIDIA and Autoliv with self-driving cars.
When it comes to Silicon Valley startups, it is not at all uncommon to see a periodic shifting of top talent. We can now add former Tesla Autopilot Vice...
Last week in Berlin, at the Bosch Connected World conference, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang revealed that the company will officially partner with Bosch, to bring a...
The heart of the Tesla's new autonomous driving hardware, that some day will enable self-driving cars, is the latest NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 AI computing platform
NVIDIA, which is Tesla Motors's supplier for the Visual Computing Modules (VCM), is now working on the autonomous driving technology. Tesla might use it.