Nvidia turns to driver-assistance market as robo-taxis stall

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Nvidia turns to driver-assistance market as robo-taxis stall

Ttechnology that helps cars with automated lane-keeping, cruise control.

 Nvidia Corp, whose semiconductors power data centers, autonomous cars and robots, said on Thursday it plans to enter the market for technology that helps cars with automated lane-keeping, cruise control and other driver-assistance features. The move, announced as part of the chip company's ...

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