Thursday, January 27, 2022

Manhole Covers Reveal Gaping Holes For AI Autonomous Cars Capabilities 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider    Have you been asked about manhole covers in any of your recent high-tech company job interviews?    Probably you have.    Yes, oddly enough, manhole covers have become a common topic for...

The Mouse Brain As A Gatekeeper For AI And Autonomous Cars  

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider   Mice can be amazingly smart, mightily so. We all would likely agree that mice are quick on their feet and physically agile. On a personal level, I’ve dealt...

Getting Rid Of Revered Level 5 Of Autonomous Cars Is Being Chewed On 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider    Standards are important. Yet there are always qualms about whether a particular standard is up to the task at hand. Perhaps a standard is obstructing further progress or becoming...

Software Technical Debt Is Piling Up For AI Systems Including Autonomous Cars 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider  Getting in over your head. That’s what often happens when people take on debt.    Shakespeare famously warned us about the dangers of going into debt, stating that “neither a borrower...

The Key Regulatory Hurdles Facing AI Autonomous Cars 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider    You might be surprised to learn that there is a regulatory enigma of sorts that surrounds and engulfs the advent of AI-based self-driving cars.    How so?    Nobody is quite sure...

Skeptics Leery of the Billions Being Invested in Autonomous Vehicle Software 

By AI Trends Staff   While billions of dollars are being invested in self-driving car software systems, skeptics are saying it’s a bottomless pit and a new approach is needed.   Estimates of how big the market opportunity...

Edge Cases And The Long-Tail Grind Towards AI Autonomous Cars 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider    Imagine that you are driving your car and come upon a dog that has suddenly darted into the roadway. Most of us have had this happen. You hopefully were...

Researchers Working to Improve Autonomous Vehicle Driving Vision in the Rain 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor  To help autonomous cars navigate safely in the rain and other inclement weather, researchers are looking into a new type of radar.   Self-driving vehicles can have trouble “seeing” in the rain...

Parking Between the Lines, a Heady Viral Topic, Ensnares AI Autonomous Cars 

By Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider    Are you a middle parker or a sideline-hugging parker?    Here’s the deal. A recent TikTok video went viral about how we all should be parking our cars when doing so in those parking...

Last-Mile Delivery Robots Making a Comeback After Initial Bans  

By John P. Desmond, Editor, AI Trends   The last-mile delivery market for autonomous delivery robots is poised to make a comeback, with startups raising money and partnerships working to get needed permission from local governments.   The autonomous vehicle...




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