NVIDIA Shows Off Their Latest Linux-Powered AI Car Demonstration
Written by Michael Larabel in NVIDIA on 28 September 2016 at 02:29 PM EDT. 14 Comments
For those curious how NVIDIA's DRIVE PX 2 system is working and how their self-driving car efforts are progressing, they've published a new video today showing their self-driving car that's taught by deep learning with analyzing human driving patterns.

NVIDIA's approach to self-driving vehicles is working out well so far and from the deep learning off human driving data is working for driving on unmarked roads, rain conditions, night time driving, around cones, etc. It's also exciting to see how NVIDIA's deep learning efforts have come and that they are Linux powered (Ubuntu still, last I heard from them).

If you have two minutes to spare, check out this new demonstration video:

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