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Tuesday, September 20, 2022
Artificial Intelligence Of Car Audio Might Improve More Than Just Tunes
Hollywood has perennially portrayed Artificial Intelligence (AI) as the operating layer of dystopian robots who replace unsuspecting humans and create the escalating, central conflict. In a best case reference, you might imagine a young Hailey Joel Osment playing David, the self-aware, artificial ki...
Tuesday, June 7, 2022
The Auto Industry Struggles with Systems Engineering; Reinventing the Wheel
In 2013, Forbes reported that "developing a new car can cost as high as $6 billion," but that estimate pre-dated the explosion of software from ten million (10M) lines of code in a 2011 Chevy Volt to an estimated billion (1B) lines of code in an autonomous vehicle. It also predated post-Covid inflat...
Tuesday, June 7, 2022
Privacy Battle Over Connected Cars Takes An Interesting Turn In California
So goes California, and so typically goes the country, and the North American automotive industry along with it.
Friday, May 20, 2022
“Safe Software” Now The Table Stakes For Suppliers To Electric Vehicles
In 2021, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHT HT -1.7%SA) essentially reopened a 2017 investigation into the continuing and numerous fire incidents involving electric vehicles. Amongst other aspects, the investigation will include the roles of battery management systems, opera...
Tuesday, March 29, 2022
The Wise, Above-Average Use Of Autonomy In Auto Manufacturing
“Embrace your average,” quips comedian Dustin Nickerson in a viral TikTok video. “I’m very moderate, I’m very in the middle, I’m very average … I consider myself to be the Toyota Corolla of people.”
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Alliances And Autonomous Vehicles: The Complex Timing Of Engaging Startup Companies
The lives of small and large companies mirror the energy usage within similarly-sized animals of the fauna: a small animal exerts most energy exothermically while rooting around the forest’s floor for its next meal while a large animal burns energy endothermically on its internal processes or churn....