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Samsung secures self-driving car permit in California

Daily Mail

The South Korean electronics maker has recently been approved to test it deep-learning based autonomous vehicles on public roads in Korea. Samsung received approved to test it deep-learning based autonomous vehicles on public roads. For the small companies and students, the race course offered a large, safe testing environment. For the small companies and students, the race course offered a large, safe testing environment.


World's first DRIVERLESS race car Roborace hits the track

Daily Mail

These include five lidars, two radars, 18 ultrasonic sensors, two optical speed sensors, six AI cameras, GNSS positioning and a powerful Nvidia Drive PX2 'brain' processor, capable of 24 trillion AI operations per second. Roborace first revealed the stunning 4.8-metre-long (15.7 ft), two-metre-wide (6.5 ft) vehicle at March's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The futuristic vehicle completed a lap of the Paris ePrix circuit (pictured) ahead of the city's 2017 Formula E race, which took place on Saturday Saturday's public demonstration saw the car whip around 14 turns of the almost 2 kilometre (1.2 mile) track driven entirely by AI and sensors Mr Sverdlov said: 'This is a huge moment for Roborace as we share the Robocar with the world and take another big step in advancing driverless electric technology. Technologies guiding the vehicle include five lidars, two radars, 18 ultrasonic sensors, two optical speed sensors, six AI cameras, GNSS positioning and a powerful Nvidia Drive PX2 'brain' processor, capable of 24 trillion AI operations per second Mr Simon said: 'Roborace opens a new dimension where motorsport as we know it meets the unstoppable rise of artificial intelligence.


Adobe reveals AI 'Sensei' app to improve your snaps

Daily Mail

Forget finding the perfect lighting to snap a selfie, Adobe is using AI and machine learning to create the ultimate portrait. Powered by Adobe Sensei, the app combines perspective effect editing, automatic software-only photo masking and photo style transfer technology. The system transforms a bad image into a flattering selfie by altering the perspective of the person's face, adding depth of field and replicating styles of other photos online. Forget finding the perfect lighting to snap a selfie, Adobe is using AI and machine learning to create the ultimate portrait.Powered by Adobe Sensei, the app combines perspective effect editing, automatic software-only photo masking and photo style transfer technology Adobe's new selfie app uses AI and machine learning to edit photos. The 3D-facial mapping lets users adjust their pose and appearance.