Try again. It'll be hard to come up with another point that would make you look any more stupid than that one, but I'm sure you can do it.
this is getting serious, apple is working on deep learning and it's using nvda gpu.
this is big. we should be afraid, skynet is coming. where is john conner?
The PX2 is a development platform. Its clear to the Automotive companies what its for. The next gen PX will probably be a production worthy module they can sell to automotive mfgrs. Right now they are doing "learning" and figuring out the software side of the products they own. It is a normal process for a longer term development.
A next gen chip shouldn't be viewed as a negative. NVDA creates new "next generation" devices regularly, just like INTC, QCOM or SNDK. The PX2 is a $10,000 device they will sell dozens or hundreds of, the next gen PX may be a few hundred dollar device they can sell by the millions.
What about this point about NVDA needing a "new generation platform"?:
EE Times: In your opinion, will Nvidia’s Drive PX2 platform, for example, be ideal for autonomous cars?
De Ambroggi: For developing an autonomous car, yes. But no, it’s not for mass production. Not until Nvidia comes up with a new generation platform – may be Drive PX 3? – featuring power consumption below 50 watts, instead of PX 2 that consumes 250 Watts of power.
There is clear evidence that Jen desires and seek immortality...just take a walk around the campus of Stanford ....
To be elevated to the level of technological deity such as Gates and Jobs equates to achieving immortality. This opportunity is open up to only a precious few. Jen has clearly demonstrated by his revolutionary past, present, as well as future accomplishments, that he may one day be honored to that level of TD.
Would Jen forego such annoitment and immortality by selling N? No way Jose...Not unless the new entity is branded NVIDIA and Jen takes over as Chairman/CEO...now how lightly is that?
btw, hit me up if you know who apple is buying :) I think it could be Netflix, but apple is cheap so who knows.
Wow, what an article, thanks for the link
"IHS Technology issued a new forecast that predicts shipments of AI systems for vehicles to grow from just 7 million in 2015 to 122 million by 2025."
'Thus far, Nvidia is the only company that offers complete software and hardware solutions necessary to test and develop AI systems.'