Hit enter to search or ESC to close
Author

Bryan Salesky is the founder and CEO of Argo AI. He is the co-host of the No Parking Podcast, a show dedicated to demystifying and building trust in self-driving cars. While at Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC), Bryan managed a portfolio of the center’s largest commercial programs, including autonomous mining trucks for Caterpillar. In 2007, Bryan led software engineering for Tartan Racing, Carnegie Mellon’s winning entry in the DARPA Urban Challenge. Bryan departed NREC and joined the Google self-driving car team in 2011 to continue the push toward making self-driving cars a reality.

A Lyft rider exits a Ford Escape Hybrid SUV with Argo AI tech
Business

How Argo, Ford, and Lyft Will Scale Driverless Ride-Hailing in Miami, Austin and Beyond

People

A Time to Act: How the Argo Team is Responding to the Pandemic With Action

Business

Herzlich Willkommen: Self-Driving Developer Argo AI Expands into Europe

People

Better Together: Why embracing differences makes this self-driving team stronger

Cities

How Self-Driving Vehicles Benefit Cities Is Up to Us

Business

How Self-Driving Vehicles Will Get Deployed in Cities

Business

Volkswagen AG Invests $2.6 Billion In Argo AI

Business

The Value Argo AI Places on Diversity and Inclusion

Business

Being a Better Place to Work Helps Build a Better Self- Driving Car

Technology

How a Self-Driving Startup is Working with Universities to Stay on the Cutting Edge of Research

Business

How Acquiring a Team of LiDAR Experts Strengthens Argo AI’s Self-Driving Future

Technology

A Decade after DARPA: The State of the Art in Self-Driving Cars

Cities

What Pittsburgh Means for Self-Driving Technology

Business

Why Self-Driving Startup Argo AI Was Founded