Embedded Vision at the Tipping Point

A technology reaches a tipping point when it hits three milestones: First, it becomes technically feasible to accomplish important tasks with it. Second, it becomes cheap enough to use for those tasks. And third, critically, it becomes sufficiently easy for non-experts to build products with it. Passing those milestones is a great indicator that a technology is poised to spread

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Zoox CTO on the Amazon acquisition, and the environmental promise of self-driving taxis

Jesse Levinson
Has the past year convinced you that your family doesn’t need multiple vehicles? Could you be persuaded to give up all of your cars? We may not be there yet as a society, but Jesse Levinson wants to get us closer to that reality.
A veteran in the world of autonomous vehicles, Levinson is the co-founder and CTO

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DTI unreels its ‘AI’ road map, eyes PHL as big data hub

WITH the launch of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Roadmap, the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) intends to…

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AVs Will Need Teleoperation: Here’s Why

Teleoperation for autonomous vehicles (AVs) is growing in importance. This column will explore the AV teleoperation segment and will give you information, perspectives and opinions on the following questions:
• What is teleoperation? What are the levels of teleoperation?
• Why is teleoperation needed for AVs?
• Where are AV teleoperation regulations emerging?
• What are the AV teleoperation use-cases?

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The benefits of ‘shallow’ artificial intelligence

Although giant neural networks get much of the attention, smaller neural networks are more easy to explain, making them more appealing to regulators. Read More

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A Brief History of Transformers (Not the Robot Kind)

This simple electrical device does much of the fundamental work of modern civilization, and it does so modestly and invisibly.

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How can we avoid coded bias in facial recognition tech?

Artificial intelligence researcher Joy Buolamwini explains why we should question the technology.

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This robot exoskeleton could protect workers from injuries

Guardian has been running trials for its robot exoskeleton with Delta Air Lines and the U.S. military.
Even as unemployment climbed during the pandemic, industries that relied heavily on manual labor, such as construction and e-commerce logistics, faced worker shortages; manufacturing alone is expecting a deficit of 2.4 million workers by 2028. Enter the Guardian XO: a complex humanoid robot

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