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Magna joins the BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye platform as an integrator to bring autonomous driving technology to the market

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The BMW Group, Intel, and Mobileye, an Intel company, are on a mission to deliver a self-driving, flexible vehicle platform by 2021. Magna joins as a Tier 1 technology integrator and will help automakers industrialize and customize the domain controller designed by BMW Group, Intel, and Mobileye. Through this collaboration, the …

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Autoliv and MIT AgeLab to work on development of human-centered AI in the automotive space

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Autoliv has signed a research agreement with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab. The two-year long research collaboration aims to develop a semi-autonomous vehicle prototype that demonstrates the future of human-centered artificial intelligence in the automotive space. The mission of this research collaboration is to provide for the development of …

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CornerCameras can detect objects or people in a hidden scene

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A lot of research has been going around sensors to be used in the self-driving cars that would enable them to have complete knowledge of their environment and surroundings. Several automakers and technology companies have come up with different solutions, some revolve around usage of Lidar, some rely on Camera …

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Ridecell acquires Auro, developer of autonomous vehicle technology

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Ridecell, has announced the acquisition of Auro, developer of autonomous vehicle technology and the public availability of its autonomous operations platform. It is expected that the acquisition will bring the expertise to accelerate the capabilities of the Ridecell autonomous operations platform. Auro was founded in 2013 by roboticists from Indian …

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Intel ropes in LeBron to create favorable opinion for driverless cars

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Intel is working aggressively in the field of autonomous cars, with the acquisition of Mobileye, securing a deal with Tesla, making public collaboration with Waymo and forming the Autonomous driving platform with significant players, the semiconductor giant has quickly cemented its place as an important player in the automotive ecosystem. …

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DENSO invests $1 billion to advance automotive innovation in North America

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Dramatic shifts in the role of transportation in society are being witnessed and the companies are investing strategically in order to position themselves to meet those changing demands. Corroborating this, Denso has announced that it will invest a $1 billion in its Maryville, Tennessee location in the US, as part …

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Waymo to launch self-driving taxis in Phoenix, says report

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Waymo is going to launch self-driving taxis in Phoenix if a report by TheInformation.com is to be believed. However, a driver will be sitting in the car to take over the control if anything goes wrong. If this happens to be true this would be the first commercial application of …

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Automated vehicles will result a range of complex regulatory challenges that can affect the insurance market profoundly

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Berg Insight has released new findings about the effect of autonomous cars on auto insurance. Several major trends are currently impacting the motor insurance market, which has resulted in higher competitiveness and new stakeholders on the market. The integration of telematics technology constitutes the latest revolution for the automotive insurance …

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U.S: Senate Commerce Committee approves legislation on self-driving vehicles

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In U.S., Senate Commerce Committee has approved comprehensive legislation on self-driving vehicles, however after this full Senate needs to take the up the bill. The bill is being seen as a boost for self-driving cars and is expected to speed up their deployment. Clarifying the roles to be played by …

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Safety of the vehicles, including the risk of hacking, remain key concerns for Americans regarding autonomous vehicles

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AIG conducted Autonomous Vehicle Insights study last month in partnership with McLaughlin & Associates and Pinkston Group. It studied the responses from 1,000 adults in the United States online, with an accuracy of +/- 3.1 percent at a 95 percent confidence interval. Americans are highly polarized as to whether to …

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