Monthly Archives: October 2018
The 3-D printed autonomous van can chat with passengers, a novel way to establish human trust in the robots that will soon take over our roads. The post IBM’s Watson Lets You Talk to Your Self-Driving Car appeared first on WIRED.
The Upside Of Disruption – Megatrends Shaping 2016 And Beyond by EY From Disruption To Megatrends As disruption becomes an everyday occurrence, we explore its primary causes and the megatrends that are shaping our future Disruption is fundamentally changing the way the world works. Today’s businesses, government and individuals are responding to shifts that would […]
Autonomous cars are a hot play on Wall Street these days, with big names like Tesla Motors, supplier Mobileye, and Google parent Alphabet getting top billing. However, the supply chain for autonomous cars is arguably more diverse than the supply chain for traditional cars as we’re dealing with many more high-tech components. Diversity in the […]
Google’s self-driving cars are getting smarter. Prototype vehicles are now able to recognize when honks are appropriate and even modulate how they use the horn, the company said in its most recent monthly report. “As our honking algorithms improved, we’ve begun broadcasting our car horn to the world,” the report said. “If another vehicle is slowly […]
It’s easy to think of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft as being in competition with public transportation. But they could actually end up causing more people to use it. That’s according to an analyst report published Tuesday by Morgan Stanley that plots out how public transit might transform in the coming decades as autonomous cars become a […]