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A partnership between Grubhub and Cartken

Reading Time: 3 minutes “We’re thrilled to be working with Grubhub to delight students and campus staff with robot delivery,” said Christian Bersch, CEO of Cartken. “This collaboration perfectly aligns with our mission to use robotics and AI technology to provide friction-free and environmentally sustainable delivery, and to have robots serve the community. We are excited to scale alongside Grubhub and offer robot delivery to students on campuses across the … Continue reading A partnership between Grubhub and Cartken

An open-source simulator by MIT CSAIL has been released for autonomous vehicles

Reading Time: 3 minutes MIT researchers from the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory released an open-source simulation engine to construct photorealistic environments for training and testing autonomous vehicles. It takes a lot of data to train neural networks to operate automobiles independently. In the real world, with real automobiles, a lot of this data may be challenging to safeguard. For this sort of data, researchers rely on simulated … Continue reading An open-source simulator by MIT CSAIL has been released for autonomous vehicles

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Oxbotica uses AI in the metaverse for their venture involving autonomous cars

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Oxbotica, a software company that specializes in autonomous vehicles (AV), is utilizing artificial intelligence in the metaverse to hasten the safe and effective introduction of AV technology while lowering carbon emissions produced by real miles driven by automobiles. Oxbotica MetaDriver is a collection of technologies that includes real-time data expansion, automated scenario discovery, and simulation of virtual worlds. It is intended to aid in resolving … Continue reading Oxbotica uses AI in the metaverse for their venture involving autonomous cars

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Voice ordering with uber eats

Reading Time: < 1 minutes “Delivery is continuing to surprise us positively as demand has remained resilient in a reopening world and we expect topline growth and profitability to expand through 2022,” Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber CEO, said during the company’s Q1 2022 earnings call As per a Bloomberg report, “As of March, DoorDash continued to dominate the delivery segment with 59% market share, while Uber Eats remains the second largest company … Continue reading Voice ordering with uber eats

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An interview with Jesse Levinson, CTO, and founder of Zoox

Reading Time: 5 minutes The interview was conducted on the Forbes Futures in Focus with Jesse Levinson, CTO, and Founder of Zoox. The interview has been edited as per the requirement. How do you work with local and national infrastructure? What do cities need to do for your technology to work? Will this shift require a new road bill? One thing we’ve always been consistent about is that we … Continue reading An interview with Jesse Levinson, CTO, and founder of Zoox

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Xiaomi’s Self-Driving Test Car

Reading Time: < 1 minutes As the AVs open the door to new opportunities and techies to show their skills. Xiaomi, the market leader in the realm of the smartphone, accessories, and home appliances market is diverging into the realm of the new tech cars. The company confirmed the mass production of the first car in the first quarter of 2024. As per the rumors, the company is planning to … Continue reading Xiaomi’s Self-Driving Test Car

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Autonomous vehicles for DoorDash labs

Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s not just the commercial vehicle segment for the passenger, but AVs can fill the gap that most sectors are trying to solve uniquely. Well, we know about the last-mile delivery problems and the thrust to reduce the time eagerly. DoorDash is pointing toward reducing the middle mile issues to provide better solutions and services to the customers. In November 2021, Doordash hinted at automating … Continue reading Autonomous vehicles for DoorDash labs

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LiDAR for automatic object recognition and tracking

Reading Time: 3 minutes Over the last few decades, China’s automobile industry has advanced rapidly, with more rising demand for automobiles than ever before. And hence the rise of traffic issues. To handle traffic congestion and frequent accidents, intelligent transportation systems (ITS) need to be developed and implemented. Smart cars are considered an essential component. The concept is to let the cars sense their surroundings intelligently as well as … Continue reading LiDAR for automatic object recognition and tracking

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How can autonomous vehicles be tricked into dangerous stops?  

Reading Time: 2 minutes A faulty decision by the collision-avoidance system in a driverless car in motion can lead to a disaster, but it is not the end of the world. The University of California, Irvine, identifies one of the possible risks: Con artists trick AVs into an abrupt halt or place an ordinary object on the roadside. “A box, bicycle, or traffic cone may be all that is … Continue reading How can autonomous vehicles be tricked into dangerous stops?  

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General Motors and Cisco

Reading Time: 2 minutes General Motors and Cisco are collaborating on “modernizing” car testing. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) will be utilised by the business. At the GM Milford Proving Ground, Cisco’s Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul network architecture will be used by GM in real-time for pre-production performance testing. The wireless backhaul provides vehicle-to-trackside connectivity and allows GM test engineers to multiple monitoring of several hundred data channels during … Continue reading General Motors and Cisco