Cars of the Future
As society trusts more of its operations to autonomous systems, increasingly companies are making it a requirement that humans can understand how exactly a machine has reached a certain conclusion. ...
As society trusts more of its operations to autonomous systems, increasingly companies are making it a requirement that humans can understand how exactly a machine has reached a certain ...
"With AI, we could turn people into instant experts... You don’t have to spend 10,000 hours learning something. Just imagine you could become a world-class doctor in one day." -Sebastian Thrun, computer scientist, Stanford professor, and #WIRED25 Icon https://t.co/HBE7kvhLux https://t.co/DTf01qQhk6Open
The tech luminary shares his lofty ideals.
Japan to pilot one-seater AVs as feeders for transit buses. Seen as way to help large senior population to be less isolated. #AutonomousVehicles https://t.co/9IPjlW2kDyOpen
Self-driving cars to ferry passengers to fuel-cell bus network in Japanese city
RT @SmithMaf: Let's bring on an electric future with autonomous vehicles. But let's sort out integration to public transport as 1st priority please and use saved space for walking and cycling. BBC News - Why you have (probably) already bought your last car https://t.co/bepM8H73cuOpen
A growing number of tech analysts are predicting that in less than 20 years we'll all have stopped owning cars.
RT @engadget: Ford patent would turn autonomous car control into a mobile game https://t.co/yFcPQjS5fFOpen
You'd just have to tilt your phone to steer a real vehicle.
General Motors is bulking up on software and battery engineers as it races toward the future.
Startup Aeva has produced what it is calling a revolutionary LIDAR sensor with a mix of hardware and software. I can't judge. https://t.co/TFE66rt2EROpen
The startup Aeva claims its technology is a game-changing advancement for autonomous vehicles
We all know that humans are capable of making smart software, but can we make smart software aligned with human values?https://t.co/pLCl7J4meAOpen
Stanford's Fei-Fei Li and Sinovation Ventures' Kai-Fu Lee say removing bias and aligning AI with humanity makes sense for companies, as well as nonprofits.
Good look at lack of government AV standards and @Waymo plans and accomplishments. Just think that an #AutonomousVehicle does not even have to pass the equivalent of low-bar driving test every teen has to take. Well, I was 26. https://t.co/bVCUcTsORCOpen
Waymo poised to launch driverless service with minimal federal oversight.
"The stats are alarming: While black women’s business ownership is growing fast, less than 1 percent of VC funding goes to women of color. Women hold only 11 percent of executive positions at Silicon Valley companies." - #WIRED25 icon @alexisohanian https://t.co/i4cVcv9YSt https://t.co/LMPV6JICClOpen
Jewel Burks built a visual search engine. Now she works to build up female founders and other women of color in the industry.
Dying Is Easy. Making A Self-Driving Car Is Hard. Tesla & Waymo At The Crossroads. https://t.co/ZFMaaloOa8 @cleantechnica #SelfDrivingCars #AutonomousVehicles #Tesla #WaymoOpen
Building a car that drives itself in all circumstances is really, really hard. So why are so many autonomous cars testing on public roads?