Musk says Tesla to spend over US$1 billion on Dojo supercomputer

Musk says Tesla to spend over US$1 billion on Dojo supercomputer
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By Dana Hull and Sean O'KaneTesla Inc is sparing no expense to become a player in supercomputing, with Elon Musk saying the electric carmaker plans to invest more than US$1 billion (NZ$1.5b) on its so-called Project Dojo by the end of 2024. Chief executive officer Musk told investors Wednesday the in-house supercomputer is being designed to handle massive amounts of data, including video from Tesla cars, needed to create autonomous driving software.“We will be spending well over US$1 billion on Dojo” over the next year, he...

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