How Tesla’s Dojo supercomputer will supercharge self-driving vehicle technology

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Tesla (TSLA) has been receiving a lot of attention over its new AI project: the Dojo supercomputer. The company has invested billions in advancing supercomputing architecture to efficiently and more accurately train its self-driving software.

Dojo is designed to process vision and recognition data and input that information in Tesla’s machine learning models. The excitement surrounding Dojo stems from its ability to handle millions of terabytes of video data per second. Tesla projects that the Dojo will be in the top five most powerful supercomputers in the world by early 2024.

The company’s goal is to effectively process this large amount of sensory data captured from real-life situations in over four million Tesla cars.

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