#123, Danny Shapiro discusses 2020 Nvidia GTC Technology Show

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Danny Shapiro, Senior Director of Automotive at Nvidia Corporation in Santa Clara, California, is as knowledgeable as anyone in the autonomous automotive industry. The technology company is at the forefront of delivering solutions to automakers for self-driving cars, infotainment, digital instrument clusters, rear-seat entertainment and advanced driver assistance systems.

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Nvidia’s GTC Technology Conference, scheduled March 22-26 in San Jose, California, is the premier AI and deep learning event, providing you with training, insights, and direct access to experts from NVIDIA and other leading organizations.

Dany Shapiro discusses Nvidia and the 2020 GTC Technology Conference.
Danny Shapiro discusses Nvidia and the 2020 GTC Technology Conference in this episode of The Weekly Driver Podcast.

Shapiro is our guest on this episode of The Weekly Driver Podcast. Co-host Bruce Aldrich and James Raia discuss all things related to the future of autonomous vehicles with the 25-year veteran of the computer graphics and semiconductor industries.

Shapiro has degrees in electrical engineering, computer science and business administration from Princeton and UC Berkeley. And he’s keen on the solutions that will enable faster and better design of automobiles, as well as in-vehicle solutions for infotainment, navigation and driver assistance.

Since 2014, Nvidia has diversified its business focusing on four markets: gaming, professional visualization, data centers and auto. Nvidia is also now focused on artificial intelligence.

In addition to manufacturing, Nvidia provides parallel processing capabilities to researchers and scientists that allow them to efficiently run high-performance applications. They are deployed in supercomputing sites around the world.

Where is the future of autonomous driving? We discuss that. How safe is it? We cover that, too, as well as the fierce competition in the marketplace of the Silicon Valley in California and China.

Join us for an informative episode from an expert in the future of autonomous vehicles.

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