This week – and this year – have been full of artificial intelligence advancements that prove the technology is leaving a permanent mark on the public sphere. Plus, see how OEMs like Kia and BMW are looking beyond present technology and planning big things for the years to come.
FROM WARDS AUTO: AI Gets Emotional, Finds Its Way into Car Dealerships
2018 proved to be a year filled with excitement around the groundbreaking capabilities of /AI/ for a dealership’s inventory marketing strategy, while others in the space were just as passionate about how their own technology could be improved with artificial intelligence.
FROM DIGITAL TRENDS: The Biggest A.I. Robot Advancements of 2018
Artificial intelligence has taken the year by storm: from proving its incredible physical capabilities and creating world-renowned pieces of art to making your dinner reservations, there is no shortage of ways the technology is breaking into the mainstream.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE IT: BMW Ups the Pace on industry 4.0 Technology
With deep roots in innovation, the OEM is regularly introducing new robots and AI processes in its factories and vehicles. The newest vision? To expand its cloud-based platform, BMW Services, to eventually create seamless data communication across all autonomous vehicle systems – regardless of manufacturer.
FROM AUTOMOTIVE WORLD: Kia Prepares for Post-Autonomous Driving Era with AI-Based Real-Time Emotion Technology
The OEM is setting its sights beyond self-driving cars and shifting toward a new focus on adaptable ones. Using bio-signal recognition to analyze a driver’s emotional state, vehicles will one day be able to adjust a number of sensory features to ensure each ride is as enjoyable as possible.