Continental, Oxford University drive deep learning for cars

November 16, 2016 // By Christoph Hammerschmidt The collaboration has been started recently and is focusing on new usage opportunities and development chances for AI algorithms aiming at improving future mobility applications. Continental expects new insights how AI can be used in autonomous driving, in improving future vehicle access systems, reducing accidents and in making the dialog between machine and driver more sensitive, explained Continental Corporate Technology Officer Kurt Lehmann. Both the Engineering Sciences faculty of the Oxford University and the German supplier share a vision “of a world where the transportation of people and goods is fully aoutomated and seamless and thus time and mental resources can be freed up for other tasks”, said Lionel Tarassenko, head of the Engineering Sciences faculty. Continental intends to…


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