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Mitsubishi Electric, the electronic arm of Mitsubishi, has announced plans to introduce its latest autonomous EV concept at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show. A neo roadster design with hyper-exaggerated curves, Mitsubishi’s EMIRAI 4 is an autonomous “smart mobility” electrified concept car featuring an augmented reality head-up display, 3D mapping/positioning, and a driver sensing system which […]

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Toyota has announced its “Concept-i” series, its artificially intelligence-equipped cars of the future offering a sneak preview into how A.I. and its drivers will interact. To be unveiled at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show later this month, Toyota’s Concept-i series comprises of three all-electric concepts. They include a city-friendly “i-Ride” show car operating in pedestrian […]

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Rolls-Royce Ltd has advanced a partnership with Google to continue building intelligent awareness systems, one of the first steps towards producing autonomous ships. According to Rolls Royce, which is more commonly known for automobiles, but which has also the marine propulsion division, the autonomous tech will make them safer and easier to operate. The partnership […]

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At this month’s Tokyo Motor Show, Mitsubishi will make the world debut of its e-Evolution Concept, an all-electric concept with Artificial Intelligence that will suggest the near-future direction of Mitsubishi Motors. The concept is intended to build on the Japanese automaker’s EV and all-wheel drive expertise, with the Artificial Intelligence (AI) taking it to a […]

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Today Audi and tech supplier Nvidia launched the first phase of a nearly decade-long partnership using artificial intelligence to delivery fully automated driving. These fully automated vehicles are scheduled to roll out in 2020, and Scott Keogh, president of Audi of America and Jen-Hsun Huang, founder and CEO of Nvidia, announced the collaboration today during […]

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Just as consumers are eagerly hoping for driverless cars, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and hundreds of others are urging military researchers to be careful what they wish for. Not quite predicting the day that Skynet becomes self aware, Musk, and others including Stephen Hawking are urging them to cease development of autonomous artificial intelligence weapons. […]

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