Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Canadian Government Collaborates with Startups on Autonomous Trucking 

By AI Trends Staff  Several Canadian startups are making a play in autonomous truck technology, with support from the government of Ontario as well as...

How AI Is Helping the Supply Chain Disrupted by Covid-19 

By John P. Desmond,, AI Trends Editor   The supply chain of the biggest supplier of toilet paper in the US was severely disrupted by the...

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...

Autonomous Vehicles Spurring Startups from Voice Assistants to AR

By AI Trends Staff Innovations in the automotive industry, especially the move to self-driving vehicles, is spurring a bounty of startups intent on seizing their...

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...

Comma.ai Open Sources Highway Driving Data

Comma.ai, the startup that George Hotz (aka Geohotz) founded to show that making driverless vehicles could done relatively cheaply using off-the-shelf components and existing vehicles,...

What’s it like behind the wheel of a self-driving Uber

Uber is now letting Pittsburgh customers traveling in self-driving cars. Here's a sneak peak. About 20 minutes into my ride in a self-driving Uber, I...

Honda and SoftBank partner to turn Asimo into talking assistant

Car and tech companies continue to partner up, but Honda and SoftBank’s newly-announced union is a little different from most. Rather than working on self-driving cars,...

Drive.ai uses AI to teach self-driving cars and to give them a voice

Startup Drive.ai is revealing its product and strategy for the first time, and the autonomous driving tech company is looking not only to create...

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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