We’ve talked about the rapid implementation of AI in almost every industry – but what comes next? In this week’s Artificial Intelligence Radar, we rounded up the top articles that discuss even more industry advancements, from five of the most anticipated auto innovations and a BMW defect scanner to the new data Uber is tracking this time.
FROM ENGADGET: Uber Uses AI to Determine If Your Trips Are for Business or Pleasure
The future of AI will be shaped by factors such as locational tracking, a hot topic in this week’s headlines. Apps like Uber are implementing new technology that relies heavily on geo-information. But how much of this information are consumers willing to share?
FROM WARDS AUTO: BMW Robots Use CT Scanners to Detect Defects
The automaker is employing a new x-ray system, much like the computerized tomography scanners used in hospitals, to monitor production and detect faults – paving the way for other OEMs and dealerships to implement technology of a similar nature.
FROM T3: 5 Car Innovations That Are Right Around the Corner
What’s next for #AutoAI? Artificial intelligence is fueling new breakthroughs and advancements in electric engines, vehicle-to-vehicle communication, and fully autonomous machines.
FROM TECHCRUNCH: Observe.AI Secures $8 Million Series A for Its Voice AI Platform Led by Nexus Venture Partners
Dubbed as the ‘Alexa for call centers,’ the India-U.S. startup has designed an artificial intelligence powered product that rapidly automates a range of tasks, from auto-completing forms to guiding customers and helping find information quickly.