Continental working with Oxford on automotive AI

14 November 2016Technology developer Continental is working with the University of Oxford to develop artificial intelligence algorithms for mobility applications. According to the partners, deep learning algorithms have the potential to offer highly reliable visual object detection and human-machine dialogue, with applications in automated and autonomous driving, vehicle access systems and intelligent warning systems. “Cooperating with leading research institutions is of the utmost importance,” said Kurt Lehmann, Continental’s corporate technology officer. “It is an important building block that will enable us to measure up to the persistent demands calling on us to shape the mobility of the future and acquire qualified employees and executives for tomorrow.” Professor Andrea Vedaldi, a principal investigator in Oxford’s Visual Geometry Group, added: “The Group is thrilled to collaborate with Continental in applying its cutting-edge…


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