Intel has joined the self-driving car race


Intel has taken upon itself to build a minimum of 100 cars to test self-driving technology, as the chip company tries to match its rivals like Qualcomm and Nvidia. Having taken a lot of hits in the past couple of years, they are looking forward to script a new beginning in the company’s history.

The manufactured cars will fall under the “Level 4” category of autonomous vehicles. The car will not be fully autonomous, but will have the autopilot and other commonly used features.

Intel has joined the self-driving car race
Intel said the project, which includes tests in the U.S., Israel and Europe, won’t replace Intel’s new autonomous driving lab. The latest version of that lab, which helps build self-driving car systems for other companies, including BMW, Delphi and Ericsson, was just announced in May.
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