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Volvo and Autoliv aim to sell self-driving cars with Nvidia AI tech by 2021

Volvo is forming a new joint partnership with Autoliv, called Zenuity, with a focus on developing self-driving automotive software. The plan is to eventually get to the point where they can field self-driving cars for sale, based on Nvidia’s Drive PX in-car AI computing platform, by the not-so-distant target year of 2021. That’s a tall order, but Nvidia’s Drive PX is…

Source: TechCrunch, 2017-06-27 07:45:14

Nvidia, ZF and Hella will team to ensure self-driving cars meet safety standards

Auto industry suppliers ZF and Hella are welcoming a third strategic partner to their effort to bring self-driving systems to market for OEM clients. Nvidia is joining the two to help incorporate its own in-car AI technology in a self-driving system that meets the New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) certification for passenger vehicles, and to also address safety requirements for commercial…

Source: TechCrunch, 2017-06-27 07:45:13

IDG Contributor Network: Security in a cloud-native environment

In a time where services and their consumers are ubiquitous, security risks to enterprise systems and data are exploding. Security offerings from cloud service providers are promising but still traditional in nature and sometimes soft targets for security attacks.

Source: InfoWorld, 2017-06-26 22:44:00