In October 2017 Nvidia and partner development companies announced the Drive PX Pegasus system, based upon two Xavier CPU/GPU devices and two post-Volta (Turing) generation GPUs. The companies stated the third generation Drive PX system would be capable of Level 5 autonomous driving, with a total of 320 INT8 TOPS of AI computational power and a 500 Watts TDP.
Tesla is working on HW4.0 self-driving chip with semiconductor company TSMC with a timeline for mass production in Q4 2021. Tesla’s HW 3.0 chip was produced by Samsung. Tesla HW3.0 uses about 36 watts and has 72 TOPS.
SOURCES – Wikipedia, Lex Fridman
Written by Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com
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