George Hotz live codes his work to help combat the Coronavirus.
Roadshow takes Comma.ai CEO. George Hotz. out with the latest version of his company’s assisted-driving hardware here at CES 2020, featuring a more user-friendly interface and a cleaner install.
The Comma Two is a piece of hardware about the size of a smartphone that can be mounted on your windshield. A forward-facing camera shows the road ahead with your lane highlighted, your speed and the speed limit.
commaai archive announces a new product in this live stream.
Lex Fridman sits down with George Hotz, the founder of Comma.ai, a machine learning based vehicle automation company.
He is an outspoken personality in the field of AI and technology in general. He first gained recognition for being the first person to carrier-unlock an iPhone, and since then has done quite a few interesting things at the intersection of hardware and software. This conversation is part of the Artificial Intelligence podcast.
George Hotz explores the current wave of self-driving cars, both the real and the hype, as well as those profiting off the technology in a less-than-ethical way.
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.