Monthly Archives: November 2019
Assisted driving now, autonomous driving soon is too important to hold back. The feds should look past (but not ignore) cheating on emissions and fuel economy.
In 10 years, truckers could find themselves handling customer service calls for Postmates or Mechanical Turk-ing for Amazon from the cab of their semis. The post Autonomous Tech Could Make Driving Semi-Trucks Even Less Fun appeared first on WIRED.
NEW doubts about the safety of driverless cars were raised today when motorists said they would use them to get home from a binge at the pub.
Kurdish militias and President Bashar al-Assad’s forces tend to avoid clashes, but skirmished Thursday in the de facto Kurdish autonomous region.
The combination of ride-hailing and ride-sharing solutions with autonomous vehicles may revolutionize personal transportation by making vehicle sharing the norm, rather than the exception.
A new report from the RAND Corporation says autonomous vehicles will need hundreds of years of testing — but thankfully that’s not true.
Despite a jittery start to the year, by mid-March the US technology sector had resumed its position as an outperformer versus the overall US equity market. JP Scandalios, vice president, Franklin Equity Group, attributes the sector’s shaky spell to global economic worries and general market jitters, not sector-specific issues. He reports that technological innovations currently […]
In 2011 Watson absolutely rubbished former Jeopardy champions and greats Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter. Outside of Watson Health which was launched last year, we haven’t heard much from Watson, but he’s back and back “in the flesh.” IBM wants Watson to feel IBM is interested in Watson doing a Pinocchio, you know, turning into […]
Did you hear about the new autonomous car that NVIDIA is developing? Did you watch the NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) 2016 live stream? If you haven’t, here’s the recap of the things that happened, according to the official NVIDIA blog. Many scientists and analyst in the computer world flocked the venue at the San […]
Nvidia is clearly pinning a large part of its future growth on the autonomous vehicle market — both its development and delivery. It’s even part of the DIY market for scale model versions.