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Tesla shows off Autopilot with NVIDIA Drive PX 2

Posted on Monday, November 21 2016 @ 14:19:10 CET by

Electric car builder Tesla uploaded a new video clip that shows how a Tesla with full self-driving hardware sees the world. This is achieved with the NVIDIA Drive PX 2 AI computing platform, which is found in every new Tesla coming off the line since last month. It's unknown how much this little supercomputer from NVIDIA costs, the developer kit was priced at $15,000 but presumably the company is charging a much lower price to Tesla considering the number of units the latter is going to install into its cars over the next couple of years.

And here's a more detailed look at the NVIDIA DriveWorks platform:



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