Vers une charte universelle sur les droits des robots ? CES 2017: NVIDIA-Powered AI Cars Take Over CES. The annual Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas has become the best place to learn about what’s coming to cars.
This year, however, the wild new capabilities rolling through CES, and into the auto industry, went from an open secret to headline grabbing news. As a result, it was an incredible week for us. Since we unveiled our AI computing platform for autonomous vehicles at CES last year, DRIVE PX 2 has become the core of the AI revolution sweeping the auto industry. PC Gaming Thriving: Revenue Doubles, 30 New Laptops to Ship in Q1. The PC is the driving force defining the future of gaming, and 2016 delivered in spades.
It’s no shock that the action was focused on PCs. It’s the most open, customizable, scalable gaming platform – the home of passionate fans. Where the limits of realism, immersion and storytelling get pushed by hardware innovators and game developers. But even by the platform’s usual dynamic standards, stunning progress was made this past year. S High School Intern Builds Robots with Jetson.
Most high school students save their summers for vacations, trips to the beach and generally steering clear from school.
Not so for Prat Prem Sankar. He spent last summer exploring deep learning, cultivating mentors and building humanoid robots with our Jetson TX1 embedded computing platform. At 16, Prat was NVIDIA’s youngest intern in recent memory. His hobby in robotics began over five years ago, when his father bought him a Lego Mindstorms NXT set, a programmable version of the toy. ADM. Presse citron. NVIDIA.