This week, AI is out of this world. The technology reaches new heights by joining the team at the International Space Station, and is increasing driver-assistant capabilities at warp speed.
FROM ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE NEWS: AI Robot CIMON Makes Its International Space Station Debut
The space-stationed robot relays technical requests from its teammates down to Earth and receives AI assistance from IBM Watson in a matter of seconds – helping its human counterparts complete more complex tasks, faster.
FROM DRIVING: This Is What Tesla’s Artificial Intelligence ‘Sees’ When It’s on the Road
A compilation of data was used to create video footage demonstrating how AI-powered cameras and sensors readjust their routes at warp speed when faced with winding roads, oncoming traffic, and other hazardous conditions.
FROM KOTAKU: Game Engine Maker Unity Publishes Six ‘Guiding Principles for Ethical AI’
In an attempt to manage the long-term moral effects of AI, one company is making sure all systems are a go to create products that honor users and customers by remaining unbiased in their programming and trustworthy with the data they collect.
FROM FORBES: Are You Ready for a Conversation with Your Car?
The sky’s the limit for the capability of in-car communication, and companies like Google and Amazon are already adapting their voice assistants to efficiently serve drivers and avoid miscommunication on the road.