Sunday, November 28, 2021

Tesla & Google Take Different Roads to Self-Driving Car

In Silicon Valley, where companies big and small are at work on self-driving cars, there have been a variety of approaches, and even some...

Ford accelerates spending and doubles staff for self-driving cars

Ford Motor Co (F.N) plans to offer a fully automated driverless vehicle for commercial ride-sharing in 2021, the automaker announced Tuesday, expanding its efforts...

Makers of Self-Driving Cars Ask What to Do With Human Nature

Even before Tesla revealed that a fatal accident had occurred while one of its cars was in semi-autonomous driving mode, a debate was well underway between researchers and...

Google has no plans to expand Fiat Chrysler partnership

Google has no plans to expand its partnership with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV to create a self-driving car, the program chief at the Alphabet...

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...

Kawasaki Developing AI For Its Motorcycles

Kawasaki is a celebrated motorcycle manufacturer, who is famous for making motorcycles which have style and substance in equal measure. Kawasaki has always been big...

Autonomous Vehicle Safety Standards Evolving in US and Worldwide 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor   The state of autonomous vehicle safety standard regulation in the US today is between two presidential administrations, with...

Google, Ford and Uber create coalition to lobby self-driving cars

Alphabet Inc’s Google unit, Ford Motor Co, the ride-sharing service Uber and two other companies said on Tuesday they are forming a coalition to...

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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