Worldwide production of self-driving cars is forecast to reach 14.5 million in the next 10 years, up significantly from only a few thousands in 2020, according to the latest report from Juniper Research, which also forecasts that more than 22 million of the vehicles will be in use by consumers in 2025.
Digital transformation means organisations need to think about changes to the workplace and applications, and what services need to be deployed, BMC's chief technology officer for EMEA Eric Blum told iTWire.
In around six years, BMW, Intel and Mobileye are promising self-driving vehicles that are "highly and fully automated" thanks to computer vision, machine learning and more.
There has been a a slow but steady increase in the unsupervised spying on Australian citizens by it own Law[…]
I worked for ASD. They should NEVER be allowed to be let loose on Australians.
Because hardwired connections to drones, trucks, cars, phones, smart watches, etc don't make sense, that's why.
economic espionage. This spyware crap is exploitable by design. Fools. Why not just connect to the fibre backhaul ? Nobody[…]
Beyond political reasons, I'd go so far as to assert the anti-Huawei 'espionage' rhetoric and the accompanying red-baiting being cheerled[…]