Argo AI Launches Driverless Cars in Miami and Austin
Argo AI announced today that it has launched driverless car operations in two major U.S. cities, setting itself apart in an autonomous vehicle industry that is otherwise focused on locations with limited complexity or mastering one location at a...
Volkswagen CEO Takes First Ride In Argo AI-Powered ID. Buzz Autonomous Vehicle
Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess’s job revolves around making cars for people to drive, but last week, he went for a ride on the busy streets of Munich, Germany, in a vehicle unlike any he’d ever traveled in before: the...
Exploring New Frontiers in Computer Vision with Dr. Laura Leal-Taixé
Dr. Laura Leal-Taixé pushes through the doors of a Munich rock climbing gym, her baby on one hip and a gaggle of PHD students behind her. They head towards a bouldering area and take stock of the wall. “Bouldering...
What Are the SAE Levels of Automated Driving? Think of the Hands, Feet, Eyes and Brain
Editor’s Note: We know it’s hard to understand the SAE Levels of Driving Automation so we asked two writers – one layperson and one expert – to offer some guidance. You can find the companion piece here. One of...
Watch and Learn: An Autonomous Vehicle and a Pickup Truck Cross Paths In Pittsburgh
In order for self-driving cars to integrate smoothly with other people and vehicles on the roads, they must do more than drive intelligently and safely: they must also drive naturalistically, like an experienced local driver. In this Watch and...
Dr. Yisong Yue Thinks the Key To Breakthroughs in Autonomous Driving is All About Collaboration — and an Open Mind
“One of the things that I loved about being a student was there were just all of these different ideas,” says Yisong Yue, a professor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences at Caltech. “I loved hearing everyone’s viewpoints, and I...