Friday, November 16, 2018

CES reveals self-driving car differences in AI/Human roles

editors note: AI Trends welcomes our new AI Insider, Dr. Lance Eliot.  As an old colleague of mine, Dr. Eliot has been covering AI...

Self-driving car technology getting smarter: CES 2017

The future of car technology isn't limited to self-driving systems and autonomous vehicles. Cars will someday do much more than take over driving. At...

Nvidia and Audi aim to bring a self-driving AI car to market by 2020

Nvidia announced several new partners for its efforts to bring autonomous cars to public roads in a production capacity today, but the biggest by...

The Big Bang that launched the autonomous car movement

Unless you are living in an underground bunker and trying your best to ignore the auto industry, you are aware that the car business...

GM taps 500 Startups to find early-stage investments

GM has made number of huge acquisitions and investments in the previous few years. It picked up self-driving company Cruise earlier this year and dropped...

BMW to focus autonomous driving development at new Munich center

BMW has already staked its claim in the self-driving production timeline, with plans to release an autonomous electric car by 2021. To help meet...

Proposed safety rule requiring V2V would extend IoT to cars

The U.S. Department of Transportation has proposed a new rule that would mandate vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) on all new cars, saying the technology has enormous...

GM teams with IBM to create automotive marketing experiences via AI

Automotive giant General Motors has partnered with IBM to add the latter's artificial intelligence smarts to its cars. IBM's Watson will be used to augment...

Apple Indicates Interest in Competing in Autonomous Vehicle Market

Apple Inc. is wading in to the debate over regulation of self-driving cars, declaring it is excited about the potential for automated transportation and calling...

GM is creating “first cognitive mobility platform” with IBM

GM is creating what it’s calling the “first cognitive mobility platform” in partnership with IBM, using the latter company’s Watson learning supercomputer. What that means...






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