Automakers are joining with Google, Uber, and high-profile start-ups to harness the technological advances that will power next-generation autonomous vehicles.
Forward-thinking educators are integrating new technologies into their curricula–improving, or even replacing traditional classrooms in the process.
Tomorrow’s jobs will demand collaborative workers with hands-on problem-solving skills. Cloud, virtualization, and software-defined networking will empower this new workforce.
The vehicles can find their way along real roads in order to deliver bags of food to Greenwich residents.
Alphabet’s autonomous-driving division doesn’t care for auto maintenance, while rental firms are keen to find purpose as the model of car ownership changes.
Envisioning a not-so-distant future where our cars can detect our locations, our to-do lists, and our heart rates.
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