Warming up the race to get Artificial Intelligence onto the driver seat of our autos, Mercedes-Benz has collaborated with NVIDIA to bring an AI self-driving car this year.
The declaration was made at the Mercedes-Benz motivation talk at CES 2017, which saw Mercedes-Benz VP of Digital Vehicle and Mobility, Sajjad Khan and Nvidia CEO and prime supporter Jen-Hsun Huang, share the stage and discuss the partnership.
The two administrators said that the venture they started together three years back will be finished soon that will put an AI driven auto this year.
“At this point, it is very clear that AI is going to be the future of computing. This is an Endeavour that we started three years ago that we will put on the road next year – unbelievable, said Jen-Hsun. “This breakthrough called deep learning happened several years ago, and it has completely revolutionized computing from the way you speak to your phone now to the way you take photos and upload to the cloud and how it automatically tags and hosts it for you,” he added.
Deep learning and AI have been the particular concentration of Mercedes and Nvidia’s organization. Nvidia declared additional AI features controlled by its in-auto processing at its keynote a week ago at CES. These incorporate Co-Pilot, which is a framework that consolidates facial recognition, gaze tracking and more to help human drivers as an approach to expand security with genuine self-governing driving on the streets.
Currently, there is no clarity if the organizations will dispatch an all the more intense form of the as of late declared Co-Pilot, or in the event that it will be a completely new framework yet the team is sure of getting it out inside next 12 months.
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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk