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Graphics chip giant Nvidia's CEO sees fully driverless cars by 2021

Huang has no appetite for AI chips for mobile and connected devices

Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang

TAIPEI -- With U.S. graphical chipmaker Nvidia set to roll out a development platform for self-driving technology in the latter half of next year, CEO Jensen Huang expects fully autonomous vehicles to become a mainstream reality no later than 2021.

"It will take no more than four years to have fully autonomous cars on the road," Huang told reporters in Taipei on Thursday. But he declined to predict when the majority of vehicles would become driverless.

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