This week OEMs like Ford and Mercedes-Benz are using artificial intelligence to school tradition and innovate transportation technology.
FROM DRIVINGSALES: The Can’t-Miss Lessons at DrivingSales Executive Summit
This year’s schedule for the annual summit includes lessons from a variety of auto professionals including our very own #AutoAI experts Jason Knight and Lance Schafer who will be teaching dealers about profit-accelerating inventory strategies and machine learning.
FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES: M.I.T. Plans College for Artificial Intelligence, Backed by $1 Billion
The technology institute is revolutionizing higher education by combining more traditional fields of study with computer science to create the nation’s first ever college of artificial intelligence, focused on preparing young minds for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE IT: Mercedes-Benz Vans Adds AI to Last-Mile Logistics
The transportation team has done their homework and found the use of in-truck cameras and sensors can provide more accurate delivery data to consumers – letting us say goodbye to the days of estimated delivery times.
FROM DIGITAL TRENDS: Ford Imagines a Future Without Traffic Lights or Stop Signs
Can traditional safety signals advance to the next level with AI? The manufacturer’s vehicle-to-vehicle, WiFi-like communication could become the big man on campus when it comes to navigating the road around you.