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The ride-hailing service is on the ups, but GM might be headed to Uber.
Its mean streets will be the self-driving car's toughest challenge.
Polestar's first car will be a powerful plug-in hybrid, with a carbon fiber body.
Fully driverless vehicles could soon be legal on California roads.
Nvidia expands its automotive platform for full autonomy.
Civil Maps is one of the more exciting companies helping to build mobility infrastructure.
New laws will have to be written based on the level of automation you have.
At this weekrsquo;s Oracle OpenWorld conference, Oracle chairman Larry Ellison announced his companyrsquo;s new autonomous database product. However, Larry being Larry, he took several minutes to disparage Amazon Web Services, especially its Redshift database technology.AWS dominates the cloud market. Now that Oracle is fully committed to gunning for the exploding cloud marketplace, AWS stands in Ellisonrsquo;s crosshairs.
At OpenWorld, Ellison unveils Oracle's new highly-automated cyber defense system, which works in conjunction with its autonomous database to automatically detect threats and install patches.
The fewer humans involved with the database and cyberdefense the more secure data will be, argued Oracle CTO Larry Ellison.
People think of autonomous vehicles as incredibly powerful, automatic machines, but the software that guides those machines is programmed by individual people in a manual effort. Wersquo;re spoiled with technology that seems borderline magical, but even the AI programs that manage to learn on their own started out in the hands of human beings.This manual effort is part of whatrsquo;s slowing down the progress of self-driving cars (along with slow regulatory progress and logistical hurdles), but a new approachmdash;microtaskingmdash;might offer a solution to the problem.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Lyft has the network that OEMs like Ford need to enable their mobility plans.