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NVIDIA Doubles Down On Self-Driving Cars With Xavier AI Chip And A Hat Tip To Next Gen Volta GPU

NVIDIA may be in the hearts and minds of gamers these days, with the successful launch of the company’s new Pascal-based GeForce 10 series graphics cards, but at their GPU Technology Conference (GTC) in Amsterdam today the company just gave the autonomous vehicle industry a reason to sit up and [...]
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