AI News, BOOK REVIEW: Autonomous car innovations: from jam busters to cures for queasiness

Autonomous car innovations: from jam busters to cures for queasiness

An Oxford University startup, Oxbotica, proposes to solve the problem of liability in a collision involving autonomous vehicles by allowing insurers access to the vast amounts of data the car generates, even allowing them to control a car in real time if it detects a dangerous situation.

recent study published in Nature from Google-backed AI company Deepmind claims to have developed an AI program that resembles the neural GPS system found inside the brain.

Boston startup ClearMotion is working on shock absorbers that will counter the feeling of movement – thereby, it hopes, reducing the need for sick bags.

The future of artificial intelligence and self-driving cars

Stanford professors discuss their innovative research and the new technologies that will transform lives in the 21st century. At a live taping of The Future of ...