|Cramer has his uses.|
NVDA's presence in data centers and autonomous vehicles drew my attention to NVDA.
Some years back I started a board on autonomous vehicles and drones: Subject 59296
I need to update the header to focus more on autonomous vehicles.
Fell free to contribute.
Some interesting factoids on today's cars:
Car fact of the day
by Tyler Cowen
on June 9, 2017 at 3:00 am
Twenty years ago, cars had, on average, one million lines of code. The General Motors 2010 Chevrolet Volt had about 10 million lines of code — more than an F-35 fighter jet.That is from Nicole Perlroth at the NYT.
Today, an average car has more than 100 million lines of code. Automakers predict it won’t be long before they have 200 million.