It’s hard to avoid that autonomous vehicles are a key part of how we are going to be discussing technology and machine learning of the future. For the best part of a decade, we’ve been discussing the different levels of autonomy, from Level 1 (basic assistance) to Level 4 (full automation with some failover) and Level 5 (full automation with full failover), and what combined software and hardware solution we need to create it. One of the major companies in this space is Mobileye, acquired by Intel in 2017, and the company has recently celebrated 100 million chips sold in this space. Today we’re talking with CEO and Co-Founder Professor Amnon Shashua about the latest announcements from Mobileye at this year’s CES, including the...

Arm Announces Cortex-A78AE, Mali-G78AE and Mali-C71AE Autonomous System IPs

Functional safety is an area of computing that is becoming ever more important as we see more and more embedded technologies integrated into our daily lives. Arm’s Automotive Enhanced...

14 by Andrei Frumusanu on 9/29/2020

Solving the Automotive Bandwidth Problem: Aquantia Partners with NVIDIA for 10GbE

One of the lesser known topics around fully autonomous vehicles is one of transporting data around. There are usually two options: transport raw image and sensor data with super...

25 by Ian Cutress on 1/29/2018

GTC Europe Live Blog: What is Level 5 Autonomous Motorsport?

One of the talks at GTC EU today is titled 'What is Level 5 Autonomous Motorsport?'. Live blogging time!

8 by Ian Cutress on 10/10/2017

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