Big deal for Nvidia
The Volvo Group has announced it will be using Nvidia's Drive end-to-end autonomous driving platform for training, testing, and deployment of self-driving vehicles, aiming at public transport, freight transport, refuse and recycling collection, construction, mining, forestry, and other industries.
Spotted in 45 countries
Security researchers have found evidence that a piece of malware peddled as "lawful intercept" software to government agencies has been deployed against victims located in 45 countries.
Gives little to none details
Nvidia’s CEO, the man known for his two hour plus keynotes that tend to become even longer, has announced the company's next generation automotive chip codenamed Orin. Nvidia gave few details about the chip but did mention it is expected to perform similarly to Pegasus.
Professor Xavier sampling now
The automotive industry is very slow to adopt technology and traditionally the life cycle of a car is six years. Every third year the car gets a facelift improvement but generally every six years you can expect a totally new platform. With that in mind, Nvidia Drive Xavier and Pegasus won’t go into production before 2019.