NVIDIA’s new technology called Co-Pilot is based on the extensive use of Artificial Intelligence. The system is actually a set of multiple systems that will do the following:
• understand the identity of a driver – this can potentially eliminate the necessity to have a key to a car,
• capture the movements of the head, the direction of a gaze – to understand whether a person-driver pays necessary attention to driving and to recognize better the tips that it will have to display on the screen inside the car or on the windshield of a vehicle,
• it will recognize and record the personal preferences of a driver and will make them take power when this person sits in,
• will take voice commands of a person to play a song or to build a route among tens of other options of voice interactions.
In addition to closer cooperation with the driver, the AI system will warn about potentially dangerous road situations like cyclists or pedestrians on the road, as well as will be a part of giant self-learning cloud computing brain that will become more and more sophisticated to bring the better and more seamless driving experience to all.
A part of AI Co-Pilot will also participate in contributing to HD maps of the world that will be created and updated in the real time. The collected data will be later shared with every vehicle connected to this system. This will allow not only perceiving the world around but also to define the location of the vehicle in it, building safer and optimal route taking into account many input data.