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Tech specialists NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) are among the frontrunners in self-driving car technology. Both companies are touted to benefit from this market, and both pay a dividend that should get better in the long run as self-driving cars gain traction.

A few months back, NVIDIA announced that it is testing a new artificial intelligence enabled self-driving car platform called the DRIVE PX Pegasus. The company claimed that this new chip is 10 times more powerful than its existing DRIVE PX2 chip, and is capable of achieving the highest Level 5 autonomy in self-driving cars.

The DRIVE PX Pegasus will allow NVIDIA to eliminate the need for steering and pedals as a car equipped with this chip will be fully self-sufficient for driving. NVIDIA has already built a solid ecosystem of 225 partners that are using its DRIVE PX platform to develop driverless cars and related solutions.

https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/01/18/2-dividend-paying-self-driving-car-stocks-you-can.aspx
 

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Tech specialists NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) are among the frontrunners in self-driving car technology. Both companies are touted to benefit from this market, and both pay a dividend that should get better in the long run as self-driving cars gain traction.

A few months back, NVIDIA announced that it is testing a new artificial intelligence enabled self-driving car platform called the DRIVE PX Pegasus. The company claimed that this new chip is 10 times more powerful than its existing DRIVE PX2 chip, and is capable of achieving the highest Level 5 autonomy in self-driving cars.

The DRIVE PX Pegasus will allow NVIDIA to eliminate the need for steering and pedals as a car equipped with this chip will be fully self-sufficient for driving. NVIDIA has already built a solid ecosystem of 225 partners that are using its DRIVE PX platform to develop driverless cars and related solutions.

https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/01/18/2-dividend-paying-self-driving-car-stocks-you-can.aspx
NVIDIA also claims it's newer system can teach itself to drive. Interesting. I don't think Intel is a frontrunner, but I haven't kept up on them.
 

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Tech specialists NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA) and Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) are among the frontrunners in self-driving car technology. Both companies are touted to benefit from this market, and both pay a dividend that should get better in the long run as self-driving cars gain traction.

A few months back, NVIDIA announced that it is testing a new artificial intelligence enabled self-driving car platform called the DRIVE PX Pegasus. The company claimed that this new chip is 10 times more powerful than its existing DRIVE PX2 chip, and is capable of achieving the highest Level 5 autonomy in self-driving cars.

The DRIVE PX Pegasus will allow NVIDIA to eliminate the need for steering and pedals as a car equipped with this chip will be fully self-sufficient for driving. NVIDIA has already built a solid ecosystem of 225 partners that are using its DRIVE PX platform to develop driverless cars and related solutions.

https://www.fool.com/investing/2018/01/18/2-dividend-paying-self-driving-car-stocks-you-can.aspx
Looking at them now . . .

Comparison study . . .
 

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