Automotive Artificial Intelligence Market 2020 Business Outlook with COVID-19 Scenario Analysis and Forecast 2025

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Sep 16, 2020 (Heraldkeepers) —
The report covers detailed competitive outlook including the market share and company profiles of the key participants operating in the global market. Key players profiled in the report include NVIDIA Corporation, Volvo Car Corporation, Audi AG, Microsoft Corporation, Harman International Industries, Inc., Xilinx Inc., General Motors Company, Daimler AG, Uber Technologies, Inc., DidiChuxing, Tesla, Inc. Ford Motor Company, Toyota Motor Corporation, Intel Corporation, Alphabet Inc., Microsoft Corporation etc. Company profile includes assign such as company summary, financial summary, business strategy and planning, SWOT analysis and current developments.

The Automotive Artificial Intelligence Market is expected to exceed more than US$ 10.5 Billion by 2024 at a CAGR of 37.5% in the given forecast period.

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The Automotive Artificial Intelligence Market is segmented on the Basis of Technology type, Offering

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Control Engineering | Bridging the artificial intelligence skills gap for machine manufacturers

The cyclic nature of artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) projects, as presented in Dimecc’s Machine Learning Academy. Courtesy: Dimecc Ltd.

 

Learning Objectives

  • An AI skills gap exists for ML applications.
  • For Industry 4.0 environments more AI and ML knowledge is needed.
  • Education needs to change to help AI and ML.

Artificial intelligence (AI) talent is difficult to find, and few industrial companies have enough in-house AI talent. AI will transform many jobs, and companies should give every employee the knowledge they will need to adapt to new AI-enhanced roles. AI resources help implement new business models and better services, but user acceptance is required.

During the last decade, AI design, development and implementation has expanded in many sectors. Organizations are struggling with AI business potential understanding and with finding AI talent.

A growing number of countries have recognized the opportunities provided by artificial intelligence and have prepared a national

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Jamie Steele Recognized for Research on Gender and Artificial Intelligence

By Jeanne Hedden Gallagher

September 10, 2020

Jamie Steele Recognized for Research on Gender and Artificial Intelligence

A third-year Science and Technology Studies (STS) doctoral student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has been awarded two distinct honors that reflect the growing importance of STS approaches to the field of artificial intelligence.

Jamie Steele received the Nancy Halverson Schless Fellowship from the American Philosophical Society. As one of this year’s Library and Museum Fellows, Steele will receive funding and residential access to the Society’s collections for her dissertation, “Enacting the Fantasy Woman: Gender and the Natural Language Processing AI Artifact,” which she is writing under the supervision of James Malazita, an assistant professor in STS.

The American Philosophical Society, the oldest learned society in the United States, was founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin for the purposes of “promoting useful knowledge.” In the 21st century, it serves to advance knowledge and promote

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Secretary of Defense Remarks for DOD Artificial Intelligence Symposium and Exposition > U.S. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE > Speech

Hello, I’m Secretary of Defense Mark Esper, and it’s a privilege to join you today as part of the Defense Department’s AI Symposium. I want to thank Nand Mulchandani and his team at the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center, or JAIC, for organizing this important event…AND for bringing together the best and brightest minds in the Department who are working to accelerate the adoption of critical emerging technologies.

Today, I’d like to speak to you about why the United States must continue to lead the way in the responsible and ethical development of artificial intelligence – and more specifically, why the Department of Defense must remain at the forefront of the military application of this game-changing technology.

History informs us that those who are first to harness once-in-a-generation technologies often have a decisive advantage on the battlefield for years to come. I experienced this firsthand during Operation Desert Storm, when the

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The Technology 202: Trump administration unveils $1 billion quantum and artificial intelligence initiative

The announcement is a shot across the bow in the broader tech race with China – and seems positioned to be a feather in Trump’s cap during the week of the Republican National Convention. 

Ivanka Trump, the president’s daughter and senior adviser who is speaking at the convention this week, credited Trump with this “defining achievement as we continue to shape and prepare this great Nation for excellence in the industries of the future.” 

A significant chunk of the funding which includes $300 million in contributions from academia and industry will go toward establishing new centers focused on research in quantum within five of the Department of Energy labs.  The administration is also awarding $140 million toward seven National Science Foundation-led institutes focused on artificial intelligence, which will be housed at colleges including the University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The investments

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