I worked with the PR agency for IBM Research on this blog post explaining a new architecture for computer chips; how it advanced the science of semiconductors; and the potential benefits.
It makes total sense: Google, Apple and Amazon have perfected voice assistants, and the car is a perfect, um, vehicle for getting things done hands-free.
Smart, voice-powered assistants’ potential to orchestrate a variety of services to answer a driver’s request could help automakers offer a branded, differentiated customer experience.
A case in point is Nomi, the Nio brand’s in-car assistant, pictured courtesy of Nio.
In the next 10 years, some form of artificial intelligence will be installed in 100 percent of new cars, according to IHS Markit.
This article describes current use cases for AI as well as the hurdles still to be overcome. One interesting idea from Luca DeAmbroggi of IHS is that there might be some kind of external certification process for an automotive AI — like a driver’s license.
Artificial intelligence is a key enabling technology for self-driving and semi-autonomous cars. This report examines the areas where machine learning, deep learning and big data already are deployed, and what the next steps are.
Read it on the Tu-Auto site.