Monthly Archives: July 2019
Just a few days ago, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet that the company’s next-gen compact SUV Model Y was still “a few years” away. Even though the EV maker is busy scaling up production for Model 3, it seems to have already started working on Model Y. Musk has signaled that Model […]
Uber is suspending its entire self-driving car program while it investigates a serious crash of one of its vehicles in Arizona. Uber confirmed the accident after a photo was posted on Twitter showing an Uber SUV Volvo on its side next to another dented car with broken windows. The crash occurred in Tempe, but Uber […]
At South by Southwest, much of the discussion on autonomous vehicles (AV) focused on the implications of the rush to get these vehicles on the nation’s and world’s roads in the next several years. The post Autonomous cars at SXSW 2017: transportation panacea or a long road ahead? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Most of us have at one point sent an email to the wrong person on accident because email programs conveniently present us a list of names of people we’ve emailed in the past when we start typing a name. However, few of us have made such a high profile oops as one person who was […]
To survive the automated future, humans need the programs the proposed budget would cut. The post Trump’s Budget Is Awful if You’re a Worker, Great if You’re a Robot appeared first on WIRED.
NVIDIA has teamed up with Bosch to develop AI self-driving tech which will deploy NVIDIA’s deep-learning hardware and software. This news follows Intel’s $15 billion acquisition (most expensive to date in the automated car tech space) of Mobileye. Mizter_x94 / Pixabay To use NVIDIA’s Xavier super chip The collaboration of a Silicon Valley maker of […]
InvestorPlace – Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading Tips These auto stocks are bound to win big after Intel’s (INTC) offer to buy Mobileye (MBLY) fired up the driverless car space. The post Intel Corporation’s (INTC) Plan to Buy Mobileye Fires Up Auto Stocks appeared first on InvestorPlace.
The coming decades will bring exciting innovation, but can we predict future technology? The development of technology is an essential part of human life and has been used to change the world we live in. But the uncertainty of what technology will look like in the future can be daunting. In just over 100 years, […]
Opinion: As industry embraces autonomous vehicles, drivers—and their families—may be left behind. The post Cutting Social Services Only Makes the Robotic Takeover Worse appeared first on WIRED.
Thanks to its $15.3 billion acquisition of Israeli self-driving technology company Mobileye ( MBLY ), Intel ( INTC ) is no longer on the outside looking in when it comes to the autonomous car market, which has become the new battleground for high-tech companies looking new revenue streams. While Intel’s