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Deep learning computer vision improves autonomous cars: Interview Special

Allegro.AI sees a huge opportunity for deep learning computer vision, which can be used in autonomous cars and many other devices that need to process and learn huge datasets to make immediate decisions. Nir Bar-Lev, CEO of Allegro.AI explains how.

Autonomous vehicles could be bad for the environment

Detroit - There are many advantages that can be delivered by autonomous cars but environmental impact might not be one of them unless modifications are undertaken to the size and weight of the technology, according to a new research study.

China and Canada partner in autonomous EV research

Waterloo - The University of Waterloo located will become partners with two leading institutes in China to pursue research in connected and autonomous vehicle technology.

Interview: Autonomous vehicles are being trained to "see" faster Special

Scale API has announced the launch of Sensor Fusion Annotation API, for advanced 3D perception including LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) and RADAR (Radio Detection and Ranging). This enables self-driving cars to process images in real time.

Self-driving minivans being shown in Phoenix Arizona

Phoenix - In Phoenix Arizona Waymo owned by Google that is developing driverless cars released a video showing one of its driverless Chrysler Pacifica minivans as part of a pubic education campaign to raise awareness about the new technology.

Op-Ed: Autonomous vehicles will radically change our society

While it is still not clear how long it will take, electric cars, robo taxis, and self-driving trucks are bound to radically alter our society, perhaps sooner than we think.

Self-driving cars may be years in the future

Las Vegas - At the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas there were many announcements about self-driving cars. However, even if you wanted to buy a self-driving (autonomous) vehicle you could not.

Samsung and Harman unveil DRVLINE autonomous platform at CES 2018

Las Vegas - Samsung did things a bit differently at CES 2018 than what we have come to expect from the electronics and technology giant in years past. Instead of focusing on product after product, it is giving us a vision of the "intelligence of things."

New technology for tracking autonomous mining vehicles

Researchers have used new technology, based on robotics, to track and assess the status of autonomous underground mining vehicles.

New high resolution LiDAR becomes more affordable

The company Velodyne has unveiled a LiDAR sensor that has improved resolution, range, and field of view. The system consists of 128 laser beam and it could become the new industry standard.

Autonomous cars and battery power giving engineers a headache

Based on Elon Musk's predictions and the number of automakers' test vehicles being rolled out, the world is headed into a future that is both driver-less and all electric. However, engineers are now facing the reality of how much electrical power EVs use.

Volkswagen to invest $1.7 billion in electric truck technology

VW’s trucks chief Andreas Renschler, speaking on the sidelines of a company event in Hamburg on Wednesday said Volkswagen will invest 1.4 billion euros ($1.7 billion) in new technologies including electric trucks and buses by 2022.

GE uses AI to find rail track flaws that could cause derailments

GE is using AI-equipped locomotives to automate detection of "sun kinks," rail track deformations that can cause derailments. AI models can scan video footage to identify track flaws, pinpointing their location and working out whether they pose a danger.

NVIDIA launches license plate-sized chip for self-driving cars

NVIDIA has announced a new AI chip designed to enable fully autonomous vehicles. The company said it's already working to develop "robotaxis" that could ferry you around without requiring any manual intervention. The company's value jumped on the news.

'Self-driving' trucks to be tested on British roads

London - The British government has given permission for self-driving lorries (trailer trucks) to take to the British roads. This is in the form of an experiment, involving three large vehicles. The trial will take place in 2018.

Should we be worried about the Internet of Cars?

Developments with autonomous cars have received considerable attention recently as the technology advances. This has led some to consider going beyond the self-driving car to discuss the ‘Internet of cars’.

All new Tesla vehicles will have self-driving technology

Electric car maker Tesla Motors has announced that self-driving technology will now be part of every vehicle that it is producing.

Op-Ed: 'Incredible failure of leadership': Apple scraps self-driving car

Apple has scrapped its long-rumoured self-driving car project, according to a credible report. The company had planned to launch "Project Titan" in 2019. However, internal in-fighting and catastrophic leadership failures have caused it to be abandoned.

People power will lead to success of autonomous vehicles

Brisbane - As we move closer to autonomous and self-driving vehicles, we continue to put most of our eggs in the technology basket. But many road-safety experts think we need to look at psychology to better understand what is needed to improve highway safety.

German legislation will require 'black box' in autonomous cars

Berlin - Even though self-driving cars are projected to be available to the masses by 2020, and that is just a few years from now, one major hurdle is in trying to determine who or what is responsible in the event of an accident.
 

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