Friday, May 27, 2022

Tesla Driving Incidents Prompt More Oversight of Autonomous Driving Features

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor The California Highway Patrol on May 10 arrested a 25-year-old man seen driving in the back seat of...

The self-driving race cars of Roborace will have a brain from Nvidia

Editors note: in case you missed it, the autonomous race cars in the upcoming Roborace driverless racing series will use Nvidia's Drive PX 2 supercomputer as...

Ford Invests in AI for Self-Driving Cars

A California start-up working on artificial intelligence-powered mapping software for self-driving cars today received $6.6 million from a group of investors that includes the...

BMW vs. Mercedes-Benz: Which Automaker Is Leading in Driverless Tech?

Recently, BMW mentioned that it would introduce an autonomous car by 2021, called the iNext. The automaker hasn't released much detail about the vehicle, but it...

Toyota and Uber announce strategic partnership

Toyota and Uber are forming a "strategic partnership" which will include an investment by the Japanese automaker in the San Francisco-based ride-sharing company. Under...

BMW Promises Fully Driverless Cars by 2021

The partnership, which involves Intel and the Israeli computer vision company Mobileye, will create an open platform for the next generation of vehicles. The companies will announce...

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...
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Watch Nvidia’s AI Car They are Teaching to Drive

There are multiple approaches to tackling self-driving; one is to program algorithms or rules that will tell a car how to behave in specific...

Experiences in Smart City Challenges Such as in Columbus, Ohio, Sobering  

By AI Trends Staff   Four years ago, the first international AI City Challenge was conducted to spur the development of AI to support transportation infrastructure...

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...




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