Famous China’s answer to Google Baidu Inc. announced in recently it has worked with Softbank subsidiary SB Drive and manufacturer King Long, and will its launch autonomous driving project in Japan next year.
Partnered with tech giants around the world like Huawei Technologies Co., the big Chinese search engine giant unveiled its artificial intelligence(AI) chip “Kunlun”, which used to run intensive computing in everything from datacenters to autonomous driving, and it also can be used in some areas from natural language processing to search rankings.
Baidu also released updates to its self-driving platform Apollo, which will help to detect a tired driver and enable valet parking in the program, and the company also announced that it plans to establish a safety model as well as cameras and computer vision software in partnership with Mobileye, which is a a subsidiary of Intel.
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