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Tesla to build Dojo supercomputer at NY gigafactory, Elon Musk confirms

By Benjamin Williams
Published in Gigafactories
January 30, 2024
1 min read
Tesla to build Dojo supercomputer at NY gigafactory, Elon Musk confirms

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has confirmed that the company will be building a powerful supercomputer called “Dojo” at their New York gigafactory. As a writer for a news site, this caught my attention because it demonstrates Tesla’s commitment to not only electric vehicles, but also to developing advanced technology for artificial intelligence (AI).

Dojo will be used to train Tesla’s self-driving AI system, which is crucial for the future of autonomous vehicles. Musk believes that AI training needs to be significantly faster and more efficient in order to make self-driving cars a reality.

The supercomputer will be capable of processing vast amounts of data with lightning speed, enabling Tesla to analyze the immense amount of information collected by their fleet of vehicles. This will help improve the accuracy and safety of Tesla’s Autopilot feature.

Previous reports have suggested that Dojo could be capable of an exaflop, which is a staggering one quintillion (1 followed by 18 zeros) calculations per second. This level of processing power would put Dojo among the most powerful supercomputers in the world.

Tesla is not new to the AI game. They have been collecting data from their vehicles’ cameras and sensors for years, allowing them to refine their autonomous driving technology through machine learning. By adding Dojo to their arsenal, Tesla aims to further accelerate the training process and enhance the capabilities of their already impressive self-driving capabilities.

In conclusion, Tesla’s plan to build the Dojo supercomputer at their New York gigafactory signifies the company’s dedication to pushing the boundaries of technology. By investing in advanced AI training capabilities, Tesla aims to continue leading the charge in the development of autonomous driving. The advancements made with Dojo could have far-reaching implications not only for Tesla’s vehicles, but also for the broader automotive industry and the future of transportation as a whole.

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