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Global Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Automotive Market is accounted for xx USD million in 2019 and is expected to reach xx USD million by 2025 growing at a CAGR of xx% : Alphabet (Google), IBM, Intel, Samsung, Microsoft, etc. This study covers following key players: Alphabet (Google)IBMIntelSamsungMicrosoftAmazon Web ServicesQualcommMicronTeslaToyota Motor CorporationUber TechnologiesVolvo CorporationXilinxSoundHoundAudiBMWDaimlerDidi ChuxingFord Motor CompanyGeneral Motors CompanyHarman Industrial IndustriesHonda MotorHyundai Motor Corporation. Market segment by Type, the product can be split into Computer VisionContext AwarenessDeep LearningMachine LearningNatural Language Processing (NLP)Market segment by Application, split into Human–Machine Interface (HMI)Semi-Autonomous VehicleAutonomous Vehicle. The report is targeted to offer report readers with essential data favoring a seamless interpretation of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Automotive market. Therefore, to enable and influence a flawless market specific business decision, aligning with the best industry practices, this specificresearch report on the Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Automotive market also lends a systematic rundown on vital growth triggering elements comprising market opportunities, persistent market obstacles and challenges, also featuring a comprehensive outlook of various drivers and threats that eventually influence the growth trajectory in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Automotive market. Some Major TOC Points: 1 Report Overview 2 Global Growth Trends 3 Market Share by Key Players 4 Breakdown Data by Type and Application …Continued.
Register today and hear from some of the world's largest operators, OEMS, and enterprises while accessing daily industry panels during this free virtual event series. The U.K. government under Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tried to find a compromise, mandating that Huawei’s equipment not be used in mobile operators’ core networks, but allowing it in less-sensitive non-core parts of the networks. Is your tech stack ready? However, Johnson has been backtracking of late, according to numerous U.K. media outlets, reporting that the government was considering a complete ban on equipment from Huawei and ZTE in the country’s wireless networks. Today Andrea Dona, Vodafone U.K.’s head of networks, said if the government decides to strictly ban Huawei it would cost Vodafone “low-single-figure billions” to swap out its thousands of Huawei stations and antennas across the country, according to Bloomberg. And Howard Watson, BT’s chief technology and information officer, said it would cost BT “tens to a hundred million” beyond the $658 million the company said it would cost to comply with the earlier rules.
They bring decades of leadership in key areas, such as investment strategies, strategy implementation, and technology development, that are vital to our future operations and strategy," said Anil Paryani, Auto Motive Power CEO. Gene Berdichevsky is the Co-Founder & CEO of Sila Nanotechnologies, a battery materials company that enables lighter, higher energy density lithium-ion batteries for mass adoption of electric vehicles, longer-lasting portable electronics, and broader use of renewable power sources. Prior to co-founding Sila, Gene was the seventh employee at Tesla Motors where he served as Principal Engineer on the Roadster battery, leading the development of the world's first, safe, mass-produced, automotive lithium-ion battery system. Phil is the author of the number one book in the field, 'A Systems Approach to Lithium Ion Battery Management' and has appeared on Jay Leno's Garage for holding the world record for fastest land speed in a hot tub.
Helene Fouquet and Tara Patel (Bloomberg) -- Google has won a multi-year deal to store Renault SA’s manufacturing data, marking the U.S. tech company’s first major industrial cloud deal in France. Google called the contract the largest of its kind globally, though both businesses declined to comment on how much Renault will pay for the cloud services or the length of the agreement. “We believe that manufacturing companies need a new platform to complement the assembly lines, the supply chains and other systems they already have,” Google Cloud Chief Executive Officer Thomas Kurian said in an interview. Its business ranks third in Europe behind leaders Amazon.com Inc. -- which has a deal with Renault’s rival Volkswagen AG -- and Microsoft Corp. It’s trailing in fifth position in France, according to Synergy Research Group.
Royal Dutch Shell vs. BP: Which is a Better Energy Stock? With a respective market cap of $127.4 billion and $77.7 billion, Royal Dutch Shell plc RDS.A and BP plc BP dominate the energy sector. Although the European biggies have high debt load and are thus vulnerable to the energy market downturn, there are reasons for investors to favor Royal Dutch Shell over BP. Hence, it is likely that neither BP nor Royal Dutch Shell can rely on their balance sheet strength to keep investing in business and return cash to shareholders, especially in the present challenging business scenario. Investors should know that BP’s balance sheet has piled up huge debt balance owing to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill incident on Apr 20, 2010, and the 2018 acquisition of U.S. unconventional onshore resources. In case of the Zacks Rank as well, Royal Dutch Shell has a clear lead with a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy), while BP carries a Zacks Rank #3 (Hold).
World's fastest-growing collaboration tool adds OpenText information governance, secure collaboration at scale, and content management. WATERLOO, ON, July 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- OpenText™ (NASDAQ: OTEX) (TSX: OTEX) today announced the availability of its market leading Content Services technology for Microsoft Teams. This new integration enables use of OpenText Content Services for information governance and control. As organizations adapt to the current global crisis, Content Services technologies allow remote workers to collaborate securely and productively. "We have seen a massive spike in adoption of Microsoft Teams with the shift to remote work. As the nature of work has changed, so has productivity and collaboration, including the tools required to meet the needs and expectations of business," said Jonathan Tinter, Corporate Vice President of Business Development at Microsoft Corp. "By delivering deeper integrations into Teams, OpenText is helping its customers to work in new ways and positioning organizations to respond to the evolving needs of their business."
SHANGHAI : Elon Musk’s Tesla Inc is “very close" to developing fully autonomous vehicles and could work out the basics of that technology as soon as this year, he said in a prerecorded video played during the World AI Conference in Shanghai. Elon Musk’s Tesla Inc is “very close" to developing fully autonomous vehicles and could work out the basics of that technology as soon as this year, he said in a prerecorded video played during the World AI Conference in Shanghai. The Tesla and SpaceX chief was reaffirming a goal first expressed in 2019. “I’m confident that we will have the basic functionality of L5 autonomous driving this year," Musk said. “There are no fundamental challenges." In Thursday’s video, Musk stressed that original engineering on Tesla technology was an important facet of its Chinese operation, which is anchored by a massive Gigafactory plant in Shanghai.
British mobile carriers warn removing Huawei will disrupt customers and cost billions. British mobile network operators have warned that removing Huawei equipment from their networks could lead to severe disruption for customers, with Vodafone going as far as to say it would cost the firm billions of pounds. Andrea Dona, Vodafone's head of networks in the U.K., said Wednesday that the carrier would have to spend "single-figure billions" if it was forced to swap Huawei telecoms kit out for another vendor's. The government is reportedly preparing plans to strip Huawei gear from Britain's 5G mobile networks entirely, contrary to an initial decision in January to give the firm a restricted role. BT's network currently consist of two-thirds Huawei and one-third Nokia, while Vodafone's contains one-third Huawei and two-thirds Ericsson. But this decision has been called into question of late after sanctions were imposed by the U.S. on Huawei, aimed at cutting off the Chinese firm from key chip supplies.
Elon Musk says Tesla is "very close" to developing a completely autonomous driving system, the basics of which he is confident will be completed before the end of the year. During a video played at an AI Conference in Shanghai, Musk said the company had solved most of the problems associated with so-called Level 5 (L5) autonomous driving - when no human interaction is needed. Tesla's current autopilot feature is what is known as Level 2 - partial automation. When driving in autopilot, a Tesla is able to steer as well as control acceleration - but a human is needed to sit behind the steering wheel to take control at any time. In one incident, an Apple engineer died when his Tesla Model X on autopilot hit a concrete barrier - something he had previously complained to his wife about the autopilot feature veering him towards.
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