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Nvidia’s AI learns to drive by watching humans

While Google and Tesla duke it out for autonomous driving supremacy — and Apple waits in the wings — Nvidia might actually offer the best solution. Unlike the traditional approach to autonomous driving, Nividia is teaching its card to drive the same way driving instructors taught each of us. Rather than relying on programming alone, Nvidia’s AI is fully capable of learning just by watching human drivers — for better or worse.
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