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Nvidia ramps automotive efforts at GDC, wins Toyota partnership

The automotive sector has mostly stopped blowing its own horn, ending the heralding of the latest advancements that it had made in self-driving or connectivity technologies. To this end, it’s been quite quiet in the past few months, in terms of news announcements, from both vendors and customers. However, Nvidia’s annual conference was the stage for a raft of such news, as the company tries to get over a crash in its share price in the fallout from the bitcoin crash. Nvidia announced a new collaboration with the Toyota Research Institute – Advanced Development (TRI-AD), which will see the pair work on developing and validating self-driving vehicles. This new deal builds on TRI-AD’s parent company, Toyota, using Nvidia’s Drive AGX…

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