TRAVERSE CITY, MI – A single, tiny half-inch-square (13-mm) chip one day may transform cars and trucks into super computers that can control all functions and features, eventually paving the way to the driverless car. That’s the vision of software engineering firm NVIDIA, based in Santa Clara, CA, which boasts it’s already “the world leader in visual computing.” Rob Csongor, vice president and general manager-automotive, says in a Management Briefing Seminars ...

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