Bosch and Nvidia create an AI supercomputer for self-driving tech

Bosch is creating the brain for the self-driving cars of the future. At the international Bosch ConnectedWorld 2017 conference in Berlin this week, the supplier of technology and services presented an onboard computer for automated vehicles. Thanks to artificial intelligence, the computer can apply machine learning methods. The AI onboard computer is expected to guide […]

The legacy of Willow Garage…The “PARC” for robotics

The robotic industries have been one of the hottest topics worldwide since there has been progressing from the traditional manufacturing applications to the non-manufacturing applications such as service industry. Like other industries, startups in US Bay Area cover the whole area of the San Francisco-Silicon Valley has led the innovation. You have heard Savioke developing a butler […]

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Will keeping an eye on the driver save autonomous cars?

Autonomous cars need a lot of sensors to drive on the road without human assistance, and in-car sensors may be the next necessary step. The sensors would be able to inform the artificial intelligence controlling the vehicle on the positions of people inside the car and the driver’s focus. Researchers from German firm Fraunhofer said […]

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IoT-weets: Argus looks at 2.3m+ IoT Twitter mentions

As more Internet of Things (IoT) products are found on more Americans’ wish lists – from the Amazon Echo to Fitbit wearables to Bosch refrigerators to Nest thermostats – the latest analysis from Argus Insights shows that most potential buyers’ conversations are heavily concentrated around “big data” concerns. Argus’  “State of the Internet of Things: What’s Leading Market Conversations” points out that as […]

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M2.COM module unveiled by IoT consortium

A consortium of tech companies unveiled a new module specifically designed for IoT devices and sensors. The M2.COM module combines data collection, networking and computing capability in a single module that can upgrade obsolete applications to IoT capability. As reported by New Electronics, the M2.COM module was created by Advantech, ARM, Bosch, Texas Instruments and […]