The world of AI changes faster than the seasons, and this week both have progressed. In the latest AI Radar, the LotLinx team adds a new member, AI technology is helping employers screen new hires, and Toyota shares their unique vision for the future of autonomous vehicles.
LotLinx Welcomes Marketing Analytics Expert, Auto Industry Veteran to Leadership Team
With his vast knowledge of dealers’ needs and preferences, Thomas Gage joins our leadership team – overseeing the development of new AI-powered products that focus on simplicity, efficiency, and car sales.
FROM THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: Artificial Intelligence: The Robots Are Now Hiring
The latest AI devices are setting new standards for employment by measuring everything from potential hires’ social media accounts to their vocal and facial patterns to determine if their personalities meet qualifications.
FROM BLOOMBERG: Toyota’s Vision of Autonomous Cars Is Not Exactly Driverless
The age of driverless cars is rapidly approaching, but this automaker dreams of an even brighter future for vehicles that prioritize the incorporation of data and robotics to create safer and more observant rides – with or without manual drivers.
FROM AUTOWEEK: Vehicle Damage from Hurricane Florence Far Less Than Harvey
Dealers’ pre-storm strategies, like preemptively relocating inventory, have resulted in lower damage predictions for Hurricane Florence – around 20,000 vehicles compared to Hurricane Harvey’s 450,000 – allowing dealerships to get back to business in the wake of the storm.