FROM FORTUNE: Google is in the midst of testing AI algorithms that will have the capability to predict heart disease by a simple scan of a patient’s eye. If they succeed, thousands of Americans will benefit.
FROM POST & COURIER: Sports were not the only competition to watch during this year’s Winter Olympics. Pyeongchang was also a battlefield for autonomous vehicles fighting it out – including impressive showings from Hyundai and KT Corp.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE BUSINESS REVIEW: Japan has announced that six of their major taxi firms are planning to use Sony’s AI technology to predict taxi demand that takes several factors into account, such as weather and local events.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE NEWS: The 2018 Winter Olympics came to a conclusion on the 25th, taking with them the commercials we’ve all come to associate with the games. A crowd favorite was Toyota’s “Start Your Impossible” video – make sure you…
FROM CNN: With the rising popularity of EV vehicles, Chevrolet is smart to build a model that’s exceeding energy-conscious customer expectations.
FROM BUFFALO NEWS: Big news for Western New York: Lithia Motors is coming to Buffalo! The ever-expanding Fortune 500 company brings high hopes for success in this new market.
FROM FORBES: AI is rapidly changing the economy as we know it – and there’s no stopping it. Forbes lays out ways you can equip yourself to compete against this automation – and it may not be what you think.
FROM NBC NEWS: Move over fact checkers, there is a new expert in town. Soon, with AI systems have the capabilities to implement a more efficient fact checking process, “fake news” may become a problem of the past.
FROM FORTUNE: The man behind Toyota’s sleek designs, Simon Humphries, says to prepare for a whole different future of perhaps, never holding a steering wheel again.