Intel’s Mobileye chief bemoans tweaking of AI, talks up MaaS, moving beyond LIDAR | ZDNet

Amnon Shashua, head of Intel's Mobileye division, is charged with transforming the chip giant into a service provider for autonomous fleets of robo-taxi. Shashua spoke with ZDNet about the two phases of autonomous mobility, and the shortcomings of today's machine learning.

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Date: 2019/05/19 20:17

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@Techmeme Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua on the current state of AI, Intel's plans for its autonomous mobility service, and the importance of developing alternatives to LIDAR (@tiernanraytech / ZDNet) https://t.co/ohKkb2VSyc https://t.co/rNBUY9ITEW
@matthewwu Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua on the current state of AI, Intel's plans for its autonomous mobility service, and the importance of developing alternatives to LIDAR https://t.co/hil07hRBXJ via @ZDNet
@bigdata 1/ Good, short profile of Amnon Shashua @Mobileye 🏎 their team is quietly building tools that will show up in more cars than many of the high-profile companies in the autonomous vehicles space https://t.co/b9g0GCrOO3