Last week I had the great privilege to be invited to a special, invite-only media event at HERE Technologies’ garage offices in Berkeley, CA, to learn everything about their “self healing HD maps.”
Today, Episode 65: Elaina Farnsworth, CEO of The NEXT Education, on her mission to educate and empower the world’s talent for this new era of autonomous and connected mobility.
Humans will apparently always be illogical; iSee is developing software that brings common sense “understanding” to autonomous vehicles; Cruise Automation still on track to roll out fully autonomous cars on the streets of San Francisco by next year.
Waymo gets approval to test its autonomous cars without backup drivers in California; Volvo & Baidu team up to work on L4 autonomous taxis in China; Tesla readies Summon, while Faraday Future becomes Faraday Failure.
We’ll discuss why the trolly paradox isn’t a real issue after all, or at least, why it shouldn’t be; Tesla’s Autopilot V9.0 with Navigate on Autopilot is a game changer; and we look at countries’ preparedness for an autonomous future round the world.
Today, Episode 61! Today, Episode 61! We talk again about the trolly paradox, and the need to program autonomous to mirror various cultures’ social norms, conventions, and expectations; GM’s Cruise Automation has a small problem in that it’s not so good at detecting pedestrians (oops); and, we discuss VW’s strategy towards besting Tesla at it’s own game… by 2020.
Today, Episode 60! Autonomous taxis start replacing beloved London cabbies by 2021; Lyft pushes ahead with its Level 5 autonomous Fords; and, Apple submits another AV patent, this time, for a peloton — autonomous platooning — concept.
REGISTER NOW: Join me at next week’s webinar “Responsible Investing 2.0 — The Next 20 Years in 45 Minutes I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been invited by the good folks over at EvolveETFs to join a panel of experts in Responsible Investments Association’s webinar titled “Responsible Investing 2.0 — The Next 20 Years in 45 Minutes. We’ll be discussing innovative trends and how they may impact the future of responsible investing. The webinar will uncover how investors may benefit from the growth of innovative trends through ESG (environmental, social, and governance) mandates as we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution. As you can imagine, my contribution on the panel will be dedicated to — wait for it — self-driving and electric cars! The webinar is next Wednesday, the 24th of October, 2018 and starts at 11am PST / 2pm EST. Registration is open and free, so head on over and sign-up now!
Today, Episode 59: Tesla (Elon Musk, really) has just removed the rather confusing “fully self driving” functionality option on Tesla cars’ order forms; we learn a few bit of details — without much detail, honestly — about the Apple Car; and I discuss an interesting article on how six US cities are preparing for the AV car revolution. All this, right now!
Today, Episode 58! Volvo and Nvidia partner up for improved autonomy in Volvo’s early 2020 vehicles; self driving cars pose a serious health risk; and, Waymo racks up 10 million miles of on-road tests (and 7 billion simulated miles!) and prepares for its first revenue autonomous taxi service.