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Open source self-driving car platform

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The world’s first Self-Driving Ubers

A year and a half ago, Uber set up an Advanced Technologies Center (ATC) in Pittsburgh. Its mission: to make self-driving Ubers a reality. Today, we’re excited to announce that the world’s first Self-Driving Ubers are now on the road in the Steel City.

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TechCrunch
Uber, on the heels of Lyft's official documentation for its initial public offering, is expected to file its S-1 in April, Reuters reports. Uber, in December, filed confidential paperwork for its IPO. Uber will also reportedly kick off its IPO roadshow next month. As part of its offering, Ube...
The Verge
Almost two months to the day after Uber loaded its fleet of self-driving SUVs into the trailer of a self-driving truck and stormed off to Arizona in a self-driving huff, the company is preparing to launch its second experiment (if you don't count the aborted San Francisco pilot) in autonomous ride-hailing.
Computerworld
Using a new computer algorithm, MIT researchers showed that self-driving vehicles being tested by services such as Uber and Lift could nearly eliminate the need for most of New York City's taxi fleet, reducing pollution and increasing ride time efficiency.
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Self-driving, dockless scooters from Singapore

Scootbee is building a fleet of autonomous, self-driving scooters available in an instant. Plug in your location, and a scooter will scoot its way over to you. Take it wherever you need to go, and then hop off - it'll scoot away to its next guest.

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A 1/18th scale race car to learn machine learning 🚗

AWS DeepRacer is the fastest way to get rolling with machine learning, literally. Get hands-on with a fully autonomous 1/18th scale race car driven by reinforcement learning, 3D racing simulator, and global racing league.

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VentureBeat
Amazon today announced the debut of DeepRacer, a car about the size of a shoebox that runs on AI models trained in a virtual environment with reinforcement learning called SageMaker RL. The car will sell for $399. The DeepRacer League was also announced today to pit developers against each other.
Fortune
AWS CEO Andy Jassy talked about cloud computing competition, new blockchain services at AWS conference.
Business Insider
Amazon Web Services is launching a self-driving race car, AWS DeepRacer, that you can buy for $400 next year. You can program this car to drive itself via a technique called reinforcement learning, which means it learns through trial and error. Amazon is also launching a racing league for these DeepRacers.
WIRED
Two years ago, Alphabet researchers made computing history when their artificial intelligence software AlphaGo defeated a world champion at the complex board game Go. Amazon now hopes to democratize the AI technique behind that milestone-with a pint-size self-driving car. The 1/18th-scale vehicle is called DeepRacer, and it can be preordered for $249; it wil… See more
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Self-driving car kit that makes AI education accessible.

Zümi is the first educational self-driving car kit that will teach you about the concept of AI and self-driving car technology in a fun and engaging way. With our friendly step-by-step tutorials, you will be able to train her on how to navigate through a miniature map in less than an hour. The more she learns, the better she'll get.

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World-class cybersecurity for connected cars 🚗

Blackberry Jarvis is a new cloud-based tool that can scan the complex software required for modern connected and autonomous cars.

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CNBC
Patrick T. Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images BlackBerry has launched a cybersecurity software aimed at protecting driverless cars. The product which was released on Monday and is called Jarvis identifies vulnerabilities in software used in cars. Jarvis scans and delivers insights in minutes, a process that would normally take a large number of experts and a … See more
Engadget
Jarvis scans automotive binary code to identify security vulnerabilities in the software used in modern and upcoming cars, much of which is written by third-party suppliers. Blackberry claims it can scan and deliver insights in minutes, reducing the time in one case study from more than 30 days to seven minutes.
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Integrate Alexa directly into vehicles

The Alexa Auto SDK simplifies the integration of Alexa into in-vehicle infotainment systems. The SDK brings the Alexa experience that has delighted customers at home into the vehicle. It adds automotive-specific functionality and contextualizes the experience for the vehicle.

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Quartz
You may soon be able to use your voice to unlock, turn on, and navigate your car to the nearest Whole Foods. Today (Aug. 9), Amazon released its Auto SDK, a new set of developer tools that will make it easier for automakers to incorporate Amazon's voice assistant Alexa into their cars.
VentureBeat
Amazon today announced an open source release of the Alexa Automotive Core (AAC) SDK, or Auto SDK, to help automakers integrate Alexa voice control into cars and their infotainment systems, screens often used for navigation, media, or climate control.
Amazon
Adam Foster At Amazon, we believe voice is the best way to interact with devices in nearly every setting. Our vision has always been for Alexa to be at your side, ready to help when you need it.
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A self driving shuttle service 🚗

Our technology will contribute to make positive changes in people’s lives. From changing the patterns of how we move around, to designing sustainable cities; from providing equitable mobility access for all, to delivering products more efficiently.

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TechCrunch
If you live in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, you could be one of the first consumers to ride in a self-driving car in the state of New York. That's thanks to autonomous vehicle startup Optimus Ride, which today announced its plans to deploy self-driving vehicles to the 300-acre development in Brook...
The Verge
Autonomous vehicles are finally coming to the Big Apple. Optimus Ride, a Boston-based self-driving startup, announced plans to deploy an autonomous shuttle service in New York City in the second quarter of 2019. The company also plans to provide ride-hailing trips to residents of Paradise Valley retirement community in Northern California.
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