The motor industry's ability to deliver large numbers of self-driving cars by 2030 has been brought into question. A report commissioned by Dell Technologies highlights five key hurdles to the adoption of autonomous vehicles, including the AI-powered neural networks at their heart and the vast data streams required to keep the cars on the road. Frost & Sullivan, an international consultancy, anonymously interviewed 17 executives connected with the sector and found they were concerned by the daunting amount of digital information generated by autonomous fleets. One of the respondents said the volume could exceed the amount of data that is stored by Facebook.
Oct-21-2019, 08:00:18 GMT