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Artificial intelligence encompasses a range of technologies, including perception, machine learning, and deep learning. Learn how investors, developers, and end users view AI applications, particularly in connection with industrial automation and unmanned vehicles.

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AI Rules Are Necessary, Say European Regulators

AI Rules Are Necessary, Say European Regulators

AI rules will be needed to standardize safeguards and liability, just as global regulations have developed for drones and self-driving cars. Even if sentient robots won't be around anytime soon, policy makers need to consider human-robot interactions.

Connected Cars Yield Useful Data for Analysis Through Xevo

Connected Cars Yield Useful Data for Analysis Through Xevo

Connected cars using Xevo's systems can not only communicate with one another, but they can also provide data to vehicle manufacturers, gather information on road conditions, and give drivers and fleet managers useful insights in real time.