Nvidia stops autonomous driving tests

Nvidia stopped performing autonomous driving tests on open roads due to a deadly accident involving Uber's car.
Developing autonomous driving technology, Nvidia stopped driverless tests in the United States, Japan and Germany on open roads.



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The company said the tests stopped Uber's driverless car because of a fatal accident in Arizona.

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"This tragic accident is a reminder of how difficult it is for autonomous driving technology to be approached with great care and best security technology," Nvidia said in a statement. he added, "This tragedy is the cause of our man to perfect our life-saving technology."

WHAT HAPPENED?

Driven by autonomous driving technology developed by Uber, the driverless car hit Elaine Herzberg, 49, who strolled in Tempe, Arizona, on our last Sunday evening. The woman had lost her life despite all the interventions.

Uber stopped the autonomous driving tests on the open road after traffic.

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