First came computer vision and traditional algorithms, then supervised-learning artificial intelligence. Yet we continue to find limitations in what machines can do. A novel approach is to train AI as we would train a pet.
Scenarios are the base of simulation testing for automated driving, just as simulation testing is the base of safe automated driving. However, until recently moving scenarios from one simulator to another was almost impossible.read more
Currently, many AVs use a powerful central compute platform, but as the technology, safety standards, and regulations mature even these platforms cannot deliver the performance needed. Distributed processing offers some answers, especially for AVs.read more
First people thought self-driving was a sprint race, now many think it’s a marathon. However, it’s turning out to be an ultra-marathon relay. No one can solve the challenges of self-driving alone: the future to automation lies in collaboration.read more
What’s the problem? Creating production-ready, compute-intensive AI-enabled hardware platforms for automotive is becoming one of the most innovative, dynamic and creative areas for the semiconductor industry.read more
The biggest show of the year for the technology and autonomous industry is underway in Las Vegas and the AImotive team is on hand at our booth in the Convention Center to answer questions about our products and showcase our latest innovations.read more