Danny Shapiro is NVIDIA’s Vice President of Automotive, focusing on solutions that enable faster and better design of automobiles, as well as in-vehicle solutions for infotainment, navigation and driver assistance. He's a 25-year veteran of the computer graphics and semiconductor industries, and has been with NVIDIA since 2009. Prior to NVIDIA, Danny served in marketing, business development and engineering roles at ATI, 3Dlabs, Silicon Graphics and Digital Equipment. He holds a BSE in electrical engineering and computer science from Princeton University and an MBA from the Hass School of Business at UC Berkeley. He lives in Northern California, where his home solar panel system charges his electric car.
Jaguar Land Rover and NVIDIA are redefining modern luxury, infusing intelligence into the customer experience. As part of its Reimagine strategy, Jaguar Land Rover announced today that it will develop… Read article >
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2021 trends are charging into 2022, heralding a new era of autonomous transportation and opening up business models and services never before dreamed of. In the next year, software-defined compute… Read article >
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All roads to the future of autonomous, electric and connected transportation run through one key innovation: software-defined, centralized computing. Today at Volvo Cars’ Tech Moment event, Ali Kani, NVIDIA vice… Read article >
Tackling one of the largest computing challenges of this lifetime requires larger than life computing. At CVPR this week, Andrej Karpathy, senior director of AI at Tesla, unveiled the in-house… Read article >
Editor’s note: NVIDIA completed its acquisition of DeepMap on Aug. 26, 2021. It’s time for autonomous vehicle developers to blaze new trails. NVIDIA has acquired DeepMap, a startup dedicated to… Read article >