“Tackling concerns of connected cars in the future”
Several high profile firms such as Toyota, Intel, and more are collaborating to bring some of the greatest big data automotive theories into reality. Critical components like real-time mapping, driving assistance and muchmore are all core focuses of the group, with the intention of making these huge volumes of data in tangible, reliable, and secure.
The group issued this statement regarding their mission; “It is estimated that the data volume between vehicles and the cloud will reach 10 exabytes per month around 2025, approximately 10,000 times larger than the present volume. This expected increase will trigger the need for new architectures of network and computing infrastructure to support distributed resources and topology-aware storage capacity.”
U.S. based fintech firm Lampix is building a Blockchain ‘image mining’ network for AR and other computer vision systems. The company raised 11,111 ethereum, a bit over $3m from investors in three minutes during a ‘pre-sale’ crowdsale token launch (CTL) of their PIX token this week, together with partner company ICO.info.
“It’s not every day you have your record, ever, quarter, and also guide to another record, ever, quarter.” -Huang
Jen Hsun Huang recently spoke with a reporter from Barron’s commenting on the next avenues and applications of big data. According to him, there are three “big vectors” that are showing up: Big Data, A.I., and gaming.
The big vectors are, on the future of computing, about big data, and data-intensive computing, and our work in GPU computing has proven to be the ideal platform, and we are seeing adoption all around the world. Second, the next revolution is AI at the edge, and the most visible example is autonomous vehicles. Especially level 3 through 5 of autonomous driving. And the third, video games, are the largest form of entertainment in the world, and the two fastest-growing platforms in gaming are GeForce [Nvidia’s gaming GPU brand] and Switch [Nintendo’s Switch portable gaming console, which runs on Nvidia GPUs].
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