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CES 2017: Nvidia and Audi Say They'll Field a Level 4 Autonomous Car in Three Years - IEEE Spectrum

Jen-Hsun Huang, the CEO of Nvidia, said last night in Las Vegas that his company and Audi are developing a self-driving car that will finally be worthy of the name. That autonomous vehicle, he said, will be on the roads by 2020. Huang made his remarks ...and more »

Nvidia is working with Audi to get you a self-driving car by 2020 - The Verge

Nvidia might be most famous as a manufacturer of computer graphics cards, but the company has been increasingly turning its attention to the automotive market over the past few years. This CES, it detailed new moves that will move it even further into ...and more »

Nvidia brings GeForce Now game streaming to any PC or Mac - Ars Technica

Nvidia has launched a new version of its GeForce Now game streaming software that allows users to play any game they own from the likes of Steam, Origin, and Uplay on any PC or Mac. Pricing starts at $25 for 20 hours of play on a GTX 1060 PC, or 10 ...and more »

Nvidia Is Bringing Better Game Streaming to Facebook Live - Gizmodo

Thanks to Nvidia, you'll soon be able to stream tons of games to Facebook Live. At its big CES press conference, Nvidia made the announcement, which could help make Facebook Live a bona fide platform for esports and friendly game streaming. This isn't ...and more »

CES Day One: The Weirdest, Coolest, and Most Futuristic Tech - Futurism

Every year, the Consumer Electronics Show highlights the latest in tech, and this year's innovations include paper-thin televisions, autonomous cars, and advanced AI systems. Though not all of the products showcased at the CES will make it to market ...and more »

Nvidia GeForce Now gives PC and Mac users access to a cloud-based GTX 1080 - Digital Trends

Nvidia announced a new way for PC and Mac users to play the latest games without the need for powerful hardware. A new version of the company's GeForce Now service gives subscribers cloud-based access to a GTX 1060-equipped rig, which can stream ...and more »

CES 2017: Nvidia Announces Cloud-Based Gaming Service - IGN

By Seth G. Macy Nvidia wants everyone to have access to its hardware. Knowing it's impossible to fit a GTX 1080 into a MacBook, the company introduced a cloud-based gaming solution to let PC gamers access its top-end hardware without needing to ...and more »

Nvidia to launch cloud-based gaming service - DatacenterDynamics

Nvidia will soon start offering a game streaming service in the US, with games running in cloud data centers but being controlled by actual users. Launching in early access this March, with a full service set for the spring, prices for GeForce Now ...and more »

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

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 ...and more »

Nvidia shows self-driving supercomputer at CES, names it Xavier - CNET

Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang holds up Xavier, a powerful computer designed to be the brains of self-driving cars. James Martin/CNET. Nvidia founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang used his keynote address during CES 2017 to show off a new computer, named Xavier ...and more »