This week, AI is the auto industry’s first-round draft pick. Read how engineers are switching up their play for autonomous advancements, why luxury owners are prioritizing used inventory, and how women are gaining yards throughout the industry.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE NEWS: Luxury Dealers Reversing Course on Used
The stats for 2018’s used-to-new vehicle sales ratio were 0.90-to-1 thanks to dealers recognizing the potential of used and CPO vehicles to energize service departments, attract untapped customers, and qualify for additional OEM incentive money.
FROM WIRED: Are We There Yet? A Reality Check on Self-Driving Cars
After reviewing the tape, automotive engineers are changing their playbook to focus vehicle development efforts on specific services and locations as opposed to striving toward fully autonomous machines.
FROM NEW YORK POST: Despite Challenges, Women Are Taking Control in the Auto Industry
The auto industry is slowly but surely drafting women as top picks in nearly every role, from OEM and dealership executives, to interior and exterior vehicle designers and top industry publication editors.
FROM AP NEWS: STATS Launches AI-Generated Predictions for Sportsbook Operators
The new development uses AI to analyze thousands of statistics and predict the most likely game outcomes, helping sports enthusiasts make the most educated decisions for their winning strategies.