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  • Nvidia and Mercedes-Benz to bring an AI car to market within a year

    Nvidia and Mercedes-Benz to bring an AI car to market within a year

    Nvidia already announced a partnership at CES to bring a AI self-driving car to production, and now Mercedes-Benz is also teaming up with the GPU-maker on a vehicle with AI on board. Nvidia and Mercedes-Benz are also setting an ambitious timeline for their goal; the two will field this new vehicle within the next 12 months, Nvidia confirmed to TechCrunch. The news came out on stage at a… Read More

  • Hands-on with Nvidia’s new 4K HDR-streaming Shield with Android TV

    Hands-on with Nvidia’s new 4K HDR-streaming Shield with Android TV

    Nvidia’s Shield set-top streaming device got an update at this year’s CES, and it was a big one: The new hardware is 40 percent smaller than the original, with a new Android 7.0 Nougat-based operating system and a redesigned UI that groups games together and just generally organizes things a bit more logically. It also handles 4K HDR content streaming, and boasts the most… Read More

  • Nvidia hits prime time at CES this year

    Nvidia hits prime time at CES this year

    What do you do when you rapidly become one of the most important chip manufacturers in the world and your stock price more than triples in a single year? For Nvidia, it means you throw a massive keynote stuffed with announcements that are setting the stage for a suite of products built around your core technology — building GPUs — that will make you the center of the… Read More

  • Nvidia and Audi aim to bring a self-driving AI car to market by 2020

    Nvidia and Audi aim to bring a self-driving AI car to market by 2020

    Nvidia announced several new partners for its efforts to bring autonomous cars to public roads in a production capacity today, but the biggest by far was Audi. Nvidia is working with the carmaker to bring its AI driving tech, which is available thanks to its latest in-car autonomous computing hardware and software, to market by 2020. Nvidia’s partnership with Audi is not entirely new… Read More

  • Nvidia builds a co-pilot into its autonomous drive computer

    Nvidia builds a co-pilot into its autonomous drive computer

    Nvidia teased out a powerful system that would serve as an AI supercomputer earlier this year, giving cars the ability to drive themselves. But while there’s been a ton of progress in building safer autonomous driving, we might not quite be at the point where we can fully trust the car to do everything. Enter Co-Pilot. Nvidia is baking in new technology in its Xavier drive computers… Read More

  • Nvidia’s GeForce Now puts a gaming PC in the cloud

    Nvidia’s GeForce Now puts a gaming PC in the cloud

    Nvidia today announced the launch of its GeForce Now platform for PCs during its CES keynote tonight. As the company’s CEO Jen-Hsun Huang noted during today’s keynote, the majority of PCs in use today aren’t able to play modern games simply because they can’t support modern graphics cards. GeForce Now for PCs will simply these potential gamers to access a… Read More

  • Nvidia debuts new Shield with 4K, an AI mic add-on and Google Assistant

    Nvidia debuts new Shield with 4K, an AI mic add-on and Google Assistant

    Nvidia has a new Shield streaming device that has 4K streaming capability, with built-in streaming support for 4K content via Netflix and other services. The new streamer is a much more powerful device, and also has Google Assistant built-in, with Nvidia looking for it to not only replace a cable box or other streamer, but also Amazon Echo, with ambient, always-on listening via an AI… Read More

  • Nvidia makes it easier for gamers to stream live to Facebook

    Nvidia makes it easier for gamers to stream live to Facebook

    Nvidia is giving gamers using the GeForce Experience will now be able to broadcast directly to Facebook Live, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced at CES today. Huang basically breezed past the announcement heading into a trailer for Mass Effect: Andromeda streamed live, but it does represent a rather huge development in live streaming. While Twitch has largely become the go-to place to watch… Read More

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