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Electric automaker launches new versions of the Air sedan at the AutoMobility Los Angeles auto show.

Meet the electric SUV with magnetic appeal.

Lucid Group unveiled its next act, the Gravity SUV, during the AutoMobility Los Angeles auto show. The automaker also launched additional versions of the hit Lucid Air sedan - Air Pure and Air Touring.

Both models offer the future-ready DreamDrive Pro driver-assistance system, powered by the NVIDIA DRIVE platform.

Lucid launched the Air late last year to widespread acclaim. The luxury sedan won MotorTrend's Car of the Year for 2022, with a chart-topping battery range of up to 516 miles and fast charging.


Plus, 'Warhammer 40,000: Darktide' Pre-Order Beta is part of 10 new games streaming this week.

Gaming in the living room is getting an upgrade with GeForce NOW.

This GFN Thursday, kick off the weekend streaming GeForce NOW on Samsung TVs, with upcoming support for 4K resolution.

Get started with the 10 new titles streaming this week.

Plus, Yes by YTL Communications, a leading 5G provider in Malaysia, today announced it will soon bring GeForce NOW powered by Yes to gamers across the country. Stay tuned for more updates.


The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration selects Lockheed Martin and NVIDIA to build a prototype digital twin of Earth to accelerate environmental monitoring and prediction, including climate research.

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has selected Lockheed Martin and NVIDIA to build a prototype system to accelerate outputs of Earth Environment Monitoring and their corresponding visualizations.

Using AI techniques, such a system has the potential to reduce by an order of magnitude the amount of time necessary for the output of complex weather visualizations to be generated.


A half-million pictures of two shipwrecks will blend into lifelike VR/AR exhibits thanks to accelerated computing.

Museumgoers will be able to explore two sunken WWII ships as if they were scuba divers on the ocean floor, thanks to work at Curtin University in Perth, Australia.

Exhibits in development, for display in Australia and potentially further afield, will use exquisitely detailed 3D models the researchers are creating to tell the story of one of the nation's greatest naval battles.

On Nov. 19, 1941, Australia's HMAS Sydney (II) and Germany's HSK Kormoran lobbed hundreds of shells in a duel that lasted less than an hour. More than 700 died, including every sailor on the Sydney. Both ships sank 8,000 feet, 130 miles off the coast of Western Australia, not to be discovered for decades.

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