Artificial Intelligence

16th September 2019

Ford Cabins Applying Hi-Tech in Familiar Materials

Smart cabin materials will make consumers’ lives better but only if the interior surfaces look as familiar as their favorite household furniture. That’s the opinion of Sonja Verdenberk chief...

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16th September 2019

Automated AI Training Teaches Cars How To Drive

In the future, computers will teach vehicles how to drive, with no human input needed. That’s what Brodmann17’s new automated deep learning training program hopes to achieve. The tier...

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5th August 2019

AV Testers Confuse Quantity With Quality

AV technology testing is wrongly obsessing on number of miles driven instead of quality research. That’s the opinion of autonomous vehicle safety specialists Foretellix which calls for a sea-change in attitudes...

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31st July 2019

Ford Acquires Military Robotics Company in Autonomous Drive

Ford has turned to an US military robotics supplier to advance its ambitions in autonomous driving. The automaker has acquired Michigan’s Quantum Signal which boasts extensive work developing robotic...

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24th July 2019

Robots Still Too ‘Dumb’ to Drive Alongside Humans

Driverless cars are stuck in the lower levels of autonomy because they cannot replicate a human’s instinct for another human’s bad behavior. That’s the opinion of gaming digital specialist...

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12th June 2019

Hyundai Plans AI Cabin Injury Monitoring

Hyundai is planning to use AI as a means to instantly assess personal injuries in vehicle to alert the appropriate emergency services. The system it is developing in partnership...

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10th June 2019

Renault and Nissan Open Innovation Lab in Israel

Renault and Nissan have founded a innovation laboratory in Tel Aviv, Israel, taking advantage of the explosion of AI technology companies in the city. Named the Alliance Innovation Lab Tel Aviv, it is focusing on autonomy, cyber–security,...

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31st May 2019

Audi Targets Fleet Management With AI Partnership

Audi appears to be ramping up involvement in commercial fleets in partnership with an AI start-up. The German automaker has signed an agreement with Tel Aviv-based start-up Fleetonomy to...

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7th January 2019

Toshiba Incorporating DNN Tech Into Visconti 5 Image Chip

The electronics giant plans to position the Visconti 5 platform, equipped with DNN hardware, as a key component for upcoming ADAS systems.

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4th January 2019

Aptiv & AI Specialist Affectiva Want to Know How Drivers Feel

Aptiv and Affectiva are using machine learning and artificial intelligence to find out what drivers and passengers are thinking and feeling.

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13th December 2018

Simulator Claims Big Advance in Carmakers’ ADAS Understanding

A simulation company has unveiled its latest laboratory environment it claims will help carmakers assess human interactions with advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and artificial intelligence (AI). The latest...

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20th November 2018

Helping Driverless Cars ‘Feel’ the Road

The artificial intelligence that controls highly automated vehicles is starting to go where the rubber hits the road. Autonomous cars, and automated features like adaptive cruise control, work almost...

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