deep learning

  • allegro_ai
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    Hyundai Cradle invests in allegro.ai for deep learning, autonomous decision-making

    2018-11-06T16:16:00Z

    Image: allegro.ai Hyundai’s corporate venture division has made an investment in Israeli technology firm allegro.ai, which specializes in deep learning-based computer vision. It aims to accelerate its deployment of artificial intelligence across various business areas, as well as to use AI to enhance the safety of the ...

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    Audi adopts AI to automate inspections

    2018-10-18T12:10:45Z

    Image: Audi Audi is testing software using artificial intelligence to recognise and identify tiny cracks in sheet metal. The deep learning system, deployed in the press shop at Ingolstadt, is said to detect the finest cracks in door panels, hoods, fenders and other sheet metal components in an automated ...

  • perceptiveautomata
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    Hyundai Cradle invests in Perceptive Automata

    2018-10-12T13:02:12Z

    Image: Perceptive Automata Hyundai’s corporate venture business, Hyundai Cradle, is taking a stake in Perceptive Automata, a developer of AI software for autonomous vehicles. The start-up, which recently joined the Renovo AWare ecosystem , uses rich sensor data and deep learning models to gain an understanding of how people ...

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    Denso invests further in ThinCI for semiconductors, deep learning and vision processing

    2018-09-14T13:20:44Z

    Image: Denso Denso Corporation, via its NSITEXE subsidiary, is investing further in AI hardware start-up ThinCI to accelerate commercialization of semiconductors with deep learning capabilities. ThinCI, based in El Dorado Hills, California, is said to be in the final phase of developing an adaptable series of hardware platforms and ...

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    Hyundai Mobis invests in StradVision, aims for self-learning AI cameras by 2020

    2018-08-23T13:13:04Z

    Image: StradVision Hyundai Mobis has invested 8 billion Korean won (around $7,130,000) in StradVision, a Korean firm specialising in deep learning-based image detection using artificial neural networks. The co-operation will develop advanced camera detection technologies for self-driving systems, with a view to launching a self-learning, artificial intelligence camera by ...

  • intangles
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    Intangles releases digital twinning product for vehicle lifecycle management

    2018-06-20T10:13:39Z

    Image: Intangles Indian IoT and deep learning specialist Intangles, based in Pune, has released a product for vehicle lifecycle management that uses digital twinning. The software, called ‘Ingenious’, creates a set of virtual sensors for components and algorithms to predict potential failures and performance by interrogating the data collected ...

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    Innoviz partners with HiRain on LiDAR and computer vision for autonomous systems

    2018-06-11T17:43:24Z

    Image: Innoviz Israeli LiDAR and computer vision technology provider Innoviz Technologies is partnering with HiRain Technologies to supply autonomous driving systems to Chinese carmakers. Beijing-based automotive electronics supplier HiRain is integrating Innoviz’s MEMs-based solid-state LiDAR into its products, which are developed with an eye to mass production. It ...

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    Hyundai Mobis outlines autonomous driving sensor strategy

    2018-06-01T06:11:21Z

    Image: Hyundai Mobis Hyundai Mobis has announced its intentions to develop sensors for all-autonomous driving by 2020. The Korean supplier said it is developing both high- and entry-level radars with a view to production from next year. It is working with Germany’s SMS and ASTYX on five radars for ...

  • SF Motors SF5
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    SF Motors to open new Californian R&D center

    2018-04-27T11:17:27Z

    Trial production of the SF5 (pictured) and SF7 will start later this year (Image: SF Motors) SF Motors is to add a new research and development facility in Milpitas, California, to bolster its ties with tech talent and suppliers in Silicon Valley. This will be at the new McCarthy ...

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    rFpro launches commercial platform for autonomous driving simulation

    2018-04-24T12:00:00Z

    Image: fRpro - Shanghai simulation model UK-based rFpro has launched a software platform said to be the first commercially-available simulation for ‘training’ and developing autonomous vehicles. This has already been adopted by two major automakers who are carrying out over two million virtual miles of testing per month, and ...