Nvidia wants to power the artificial intelligence (AI) technology that will be built into the cars that they release in the future. Their plans include I.D. Buzz as well as the entire Volkswagen retro inspired camper van concept.
Nvidia wants to power the artificial intelligence (AI) technology that will be built into the cars that they release in the future. Their plans include I.D. Buzz as well as the entire Volkswagen retro inspired camper van concept. The relationship that the two companies enjoy extends also to the cars that they will release in future, and it will focus mainly in intelligent co-pilot features, in the inclusion of sensor data usage to ease driving making convenient and more safer for drivers.
The features of artificial intelligence will be primarily based on Nvidia IX platform, and it will enable other features such as face detection and recognition for door opening, speech recognition for natural languages, gesture inputs that will be used for cockpit control, monitoring of drivers attention and distract the state they are to provide an alarm for safety to bring them back to focus.
Nvidia Company has been working hand in hand with car makers on integrating AI vital features into cars for a long period now. They revealed a number of those they have partnered with during CES last year, including Mercedez-Benz and Audi, so the well-known Volkswagen adds another automaker to their long growing list of car manufacturer partners.
Artificial intelligence in cars is always thought as a means that will help a car be able to drive itself, in the near future this what AI might be able to do in car production, long before the autonomy of level 4 and 5 is available to be sold directly to individuals in the average consumer car.
The I.D Buzz, which is reported to be in development under Volkswagen will go into production in the year 2022 according to their plans. You should note that I.D Buzz will come with AI onboard credit to this partnership. This will something better not only quite a replacement for the iconic camper van.