Archive | October, 2018

Why Canada Believes It Can Lead Global AI Innovation

While Americans tend to think of Silicon Valley as the de facto hub for technology, neighbors to the north believe it can lead the charge of one of the most promising advancements in years: artificial intelligence.

Canada has already emerged as…

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Uber May Be Preparing to Spin Off Its Self-Driving Car Unit

Uber is considering spinning off its self-driving car unit, but still retaining control, according to a new report.

The ride-hailing company is mulling the possibility of spinning off the self-driving car unit into its own entity and taking investments from outside…

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Safety and Reduced Dependence on Owning Cars Will Be the True Value Checks for Autonomous Driving

While the advent of self-driving cars is generating a lot of excitement, leading thinkers in the transportation sector told the Fortune Global Forum on Tuesday that safety and reduced traffic will be the ultimate test of the technology’s value to…

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Cognata raises $18.5M as race to deploy autonomous vehicles quickens

Cognata has raised $18.5 million in a funding round led by Scale Venture Partners, fresh capital that the Israeli autonomous simulation startup will use to meet demand for technology that will help companies speed up the deployment of…

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Roborace to replace F1 racing drivers with robots at Disrupt

Formula E is so 2017. This year, it’s all about Roborace, an upcoming F1-style competition. And the big new thing is that it’s all about self-driving cars. I’m excited to announce that Roborace CEO Lucas DiGrassi will…

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Pasternack Ships Military-Grade RF Cable Assemblies Same Day

Pasternack is offering same-day shipping on its new line of military-grade MIL-DTL-17 RF cable assemblies with certifications, traceability, and test reports for avionics, military electronics, satellite ground station and autonomous vehicle applications.

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MIT Is Investing $1 Billion In New College With Computing, AI Focus

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is investing $1 billion in a new college of computing. Slated to open September 2019, the college will focus on educating a new generation of artificial intelligence (AI) experts.

MIT says the new Stephen A….

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Why Artificial Intelligence Is Crucial For Today’s Music and Entertainment Industries

For industries based on human creativity and emotion, artificial intelligence is playing an increasingly important role in the music and entertainment businesses.

Today’s streaming services often utilize A.I. to help users discover their preferences in a vast sea of content available…

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