Autonomous Vehicles at CES

The Consumer Electronics Show used to be the place to go to see the latest and greatest television sets, but in recent years it has essentially become a car show. And this year it was a self-driving car show.

I myself have never been, but my Udacity colleagues at CES this year report that the entire show is a tribute to self-driving cars.

Intel demoed its first self-driving car, together with its subsidiary, Mobileye.

Renesas apparently rented out a parking lot and demoed their car.

Doogie Howser, MD, was blown away by his Aptiv-nuTonomy-Lyft self-driving car ride:

And of course Udacity announced a partnership with Baidu to build a free course teaching engineers around the world how to use Baidu’s open-source Apollo software for self-driving cars.

Big week for self-driving cars!

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