DE Editors discuss news headlines from December 2021

DE Editors’ Chat: NVIDIA GTC Fall, Autonomous Cars on Campuses, Haptic Devices at AWE, and More

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DE Editors discuss news from NVIDIA GTC Fall, Autonomous Cars on Campuses, Haptic Devices at AWE, and More

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In this episode of DE Editors' chat, Associate Editor Stephanie Skernivitz joins Editorial Director Brian Albright and Senior Editor Kenneth Wong to discuss news from NVIDIA GTC Fall, AWE (Augmented World Expo) 2021, autonomous cars on school campuses, and other headlines. 

At AWE, developers are introducing haptic devices and technologies, but many still seem to be focused on the gaming market. Will they find compelling use cases in manufacturing?

At GTC, Omniverse gets the spotlight in the keynote and many sessions, revealing NVIDIA's vision to promote it as the home of the digital twins. How are early adopters using the immersive environment?

In Michigan, electric autonomous bus services could begin operating as early as January 2022. What are the cultural resistance and technical hurdles car makers must overcome?

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