Chipmaker Nvidia launches new system for autonomous driving

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By Jane Lanhee Lee and Joseph White (Reuters) – Chip giant Nvidia Corp on Tuesday unveiled its new computing platform called DRIVE Thor that would centralize autonomous and assisted driving as well as other digital functions including in-car entertainment. Nvidia, a big player in the gaming chip and artificial intelligence (AI) market, has been making a big push in the automotive business, a key growth segment for the company. Danny Shapiro, head of Nvidia’s automotive business, said DRIVE Thor would be able to replace numerous chips and cables in the car and bring down the overall system cost…

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