NVIDIA isn't content with making an artificial intelligence platform for cars and waiting for someone to use it. The company has unveiled a partnership with Audi that has the two working on AI-powered cars. You'll see the fruits of their labor in an experimental Q7 SUV that has learned to drive itself in three days (it'll be puttering around CES's Gold Lot), but their plans are much bigger. Ultimately, their goal is to have Audis with Level 4 autonomy (that is, full autonomy outside of extreme situations) on roads by 2020. That's only three years away, which is fairly aggressive compared to promises made by other German automakers.