George Hotz live codes his work to help combat the Coronavirus.
Cruise, the self-driving subsidiary of General Motors, revealed its first vehicle to operate without a human driver, the Cruise Origin.
The vehicle, which lacks a steering wheel and pedals, is designed to be more spacious and passenger-friendly than typical self-driving cars.
Cruise says the electric vehicle will be deployed as part of a ride-hailing service, but declined to say when that might be.
commaai archive announces a new product in this live stream.
HyperChange TV has a video about CNBC reporting that Tesla has acquired the AI computer vision startup, DeepScale.
The Mountain View company was founded in 2015 by Berkley researcher Forrest Iandola, and has raised $18.5M to date.
Likely, the company was acquired to help Tesla accelerate its autonomy ambitions.
My favorite feature of my new car is Android Auto. It’s a clever way to leverage any smartphone to provide an advanced interface to music, navigation, and more.
Here’s an interesting video from CNBC on how Apple, Amazon, Google, and Microsoft are partnering with automotive companies to bring phones and artificial intelligence into vehicles.
This episode of BBC Click explores how some popular third-party alarms have made cars easier to steal. Also in this episode covers how tech can help with rugby injuries and a preview of action game Days Gone.
I had blogged about Comma.ai‘s interesting, low-cost approach to self-driving cars before. But here’s a more in-depth interview with the founder, George Hotz, who has an interesting history of hardware hacking.
Things are about to get interesting.
Here’s an interesting video about the innards of the Tesla.
Every single time I find myself on the Beltway (or I-95) I really long for the day that I can relax rather than focus on how ridiculous traffic is the DC area.
Maybe, there’s hope thanks to this startup in Vegas.