AI is building a future we can count on. This week, a study deep dives into the biggest companies behind the automotive AI revolution, Hyundai and Kia arm their laborers with wearable robots, and machine learning makes its mark on the blue collar workforce.
And, don’t miss LotLinx Co-Founder Jason Knight’s tips for marketing efficiency at Used Car Week 2018!
FROM MARKET WATCH: Automotive Artificial Intelligence Market to Hit More Than US$ 10.73 Billion by 2024
A new report examines an array of automotive companies such as Tesla, Audi, and Uber to explore the leading factors in the rapid expansion of the artificial intelligence industry.
FROM THE LOS ANGELES TIMES: Blue-Collar Jobs Will Survive the Rise of Artificial Intelligence. But the Work Will Change
Machines continue to become better suited for repetitive factory tasks, challenging laborers to expand their skill sets in order to oversee and work alongside their robotic counterparts.
FROM THE VERGE: How Teaching AI to Be Curious Helps Machines Learn for Themselves
Implementing curiosity into artificial intelligence might push machines into a new realm of learning – motivated by the desire for information as opposed to the desire to be rewarded.
FROM WARDS AUTO: Hyundai, Kia Outfit Workers With Wearable Robots
As part of its three-tiered robotics research, the OEM has produced a wearable robot to alleviate the physical strain workers experience during factory shifts – increasing efficiency by minimizing injuries.