Autonomous driving — Becoming a reality soon with Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Machine learning technology is already weaving into many of the applications we human already use by reducing human efforts to solve critical problems in day-to-day life. However the pace at which AI is reforming the mobility industry space, it is pretty clear that driverless vehicles will be soon taking control of how humans and goods move around.

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Waymo’s robo-taxi service opens to the public in Phoenix

MIT task force predicts fully autonomous vehicles won’t arrive for ‘at least’ 10 years

(Reuters) — Waymo on Thursday will relaunch and expand its fully automated, robo-taxi ridehailing service in Phoenix, rebooting its effort to transform years of autonomous vehicle research into a revenue-producing business.

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How pandemic problem motivates AI developers to help Manufacturing Industries

The global pandemic has persuaded a number of manufacturers to pursue an AI-driven transformation of their operations, according to studies by Cap Gemini and the Boston Consulting Group. What has been noticed is the way in which they are combining human experience and insight with AI tools to find ways to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

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Zoox gains approval to test autonomous vehicles without safety drivers in California

Amazon-owned Zoox today announced that it received a driverless testing permit from the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). With it, Zoox becomes the fourth company to hit that milestone after Waymo, Nuro, and AutoX.

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What is LIDAR: How it works & why important for Self-driving car?

Sensor-based technologies are playing a key role in making artificial intelligence (AI) possible in various fields. LiDAR is one of the most promising sensor-based technology, used in autonomous vehicles or self-driving cars and became essential for such autonomous machines to get aware of its surroundings and drive properly without any collision risks.

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MIT task force predicts fully autonomous vehicles won’t arrive for ‘at least’ 10 years

MIT task force predicts fully autonomous vehicles won’t arrive for ‘at least’ 10 years

Driverless systems will take at least a decade to deploy over large areas and that expansion will happen region-by-region in specific transportation categories, resulting in variations in availability across the country.

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