Tag: driverless cars

Waymo’s First Commercial Self-driving Service Launches in Phoenix

We’ve arrived. It’s officially #TheFuture. After years of talk within the auto industry, Waymo says it will become the first company to offer a commercial taxi service using autonomous vehicles when the program launches in Arizona today. Called Waymo One, the Google subsidiary plans to offer the first batch of rides […]

Read More

AEye raises $40 million for sensor that merges camera and lidar data

With some analysts predicting as many as 10 million self-driving cars will hit the road by 2030, it’s no wonder that the lidar market is projected to be worth $1.8 million in just five years. Lidar — sensors that measure the distance to target objects by illuminating them with laser light […]

Read More

Ford partners with Postmates and Walmart for autonomous grocery delivery in Miami area

Driverless grocery delivery is a hot new trend. Nuro teamed up with grocery giant Kroger for self-driving grocery deliveries in the U.S. this summer, and shortly after, startup Robotmart announced plans to test its driverless grocery store on wheels. In September, Udelv partnered with Farmstead grocery chains in Oklahoma City to transport perishables to […]

Read More

driverless vehicle by stavros mavrakis redefines the way we explore while traveling

stavros mavrakis has designed a sustainable, shared-use autonomous vehicle that hopes to offer users a unique, original local experience while traveling. challenging traditional automotive design, zephyr is created as a piece of moving architecture, and not just as a means of transport, as it provides a flexible ephemeral space of living, making it the key part of […]

Read More

2018 festival of speed: siemens reveals trio of new designs

siemens has outfitted a 1965 ford mustang with autonomous technology to accomplish a historic hillclimb to mark goodwood’s 2018 festival of speed and it’s 25-year anniversary, effectively combining classic engineering with the latest modern day technology.this 1965 ford mustang received a revamp with autonomous capabilityimages courtesy of siemens in collaboration with cranfield university, the engineers behind […]

Read More

Automakers must decide how much uncertainty is acceptable for autonomous vehicles

To meet the goal of autonomous vehicles that can operate safely and without any need for human input — that is, L5 automation — automakers must train AI systems to navigate myriad conditions they’ll run into in the real world so that they don’t actually run into anything in the real world). Our highways and roads are, […]

Read More

The future of AI relies on a code of ethics

Matthew Howard Contributor More posts by this contributor Brands, Platforms, The Live Video Labyrinth And How Everyone Can Win Facebook has recently come under intense scrutiny for sharing the data of millions of users without their knowledge. We’ve also learned that Facebook is using AI to predict users’ future behavior and selling that data to advertisers. Not surprisingly, Facebook’s business model […]

Read More

The AI winter is well on its way

Deep learning has been at the forefront of the so-called AI revolution for years now, and many people believed that it would take us to the world of the technological singularity. Many companies talked big in 2014, 2015, and 2016 when technologies such as Alpha Go were pushing new boundaries. For example, Tesla announced that […]

Read More