FROM HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW: Technology Is Changing What a Premium Automotive Brand Looks Like
As the digital age evolves, our definition of “premium” does, too. OEMs must adapt their product offerings to meet consumer expectations for smart vehicle features that use artificial intelligence in navigation systems, LCD dashboards, and augmented reality displays.
FROM SUPPLYCHAIN MANAGEMENT REVIEW: Oracle Introduces Cloud Applications for Supply Chains Reliant on Artificial Intelligence
Designed to improve efficiency, the software company’s new technology uses artificial intelligence to analyze production factors such as manpower, machine, method, material, and management to provide insights that can improve performance and reduce costs.
FROM INTERESTING ENGINEERING: New Algorithm Allows Autonomous Cars to Change Lanes More Like Humans
A recently developed algorithm provides self-driving vehicles with the ability to make decisions faster and aggressively mimic human-like characteristics while changing lanes, while requiring less data than previous methods.
FROM DUPONT REGISTRY: Mercedes-Benz Previews Their Futuristic Production Plant
The self-proclaimed “first car plant of the future,” will produce both standard and luxury models that use artificial intelligence and solar power to cater to the needs of tomorrow’s car shoppers.