Tesla is reportedly buying a computer-vision company to help it make the technology for self-driving cars

Business Insider | 10/1/2019 | Mark Matousek
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Tesla is acquiring the computer-vision startup DeepScale, CNBC's Lora Kolodny reported.

Forrest Iandola, DeepScale's CEO, said on LinkedIn that he joined Tesla's Autopilot team this week.

Tesla - Attempt - Technology - Relies - Cameras

Tesla's attempt to develop autonomous-driving technology relies heavily on cameras.

According to CNBC, DeepScale's technology is designed to enable high-quality computer vision while using processors that require a low amount of power.

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Tesla is acquiring the computer-vision startup DeepScale, CNBC's Lora Kolodny reported.

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Forrest Iandola, DeepScale's CEO, said on LinkedIn that he joined Tesla's Autopilot team this week. According to Iandola's profile, his job title is "senior staff machine learning scientist."

Tesla and DeepScale did not immediately respond to Business Insider's requests for comment.

Tesla - Attempt - Technology - Relies - Cameras

Tesla's attempt to develop autonomous-driving technology relies heavily on cameras, because the electric-car maker is not using the lidar sensors most of its rivals include in their autonomous-driving hardware suites....
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