The development of autonomous driving technologies is intended to be life-changing in many ways, but one of the most significant, with the eventual potential to turn a whole human workforce into a bottleneck of supervisors, is the use of self-driving convoy lorries for freight transport.
Shop windows don’t come any bigger than the Olympic Games. Get it right and it can change the world’s perception of a city, a nation or a core technology. Get it wrong, and you risk ridicule and, which is worse, investment-bleed from the very things and places you were hoping to champion.
‘The fact is, one of the dirty little secrets [of self-driving cars] is that the software today is pretty city- or country-specific.’
That’s a figure with which to conjure, and which has got tech firms and especially app-designers rubbing their hands. It’s the amount of economic activity and new efficiencies that driverless cars will amount to by 2050, according to a new study from Intel and research firm Strategy Analytics.
Nick Rhodes, a Security Consultant for BAE systems AI, will be speaking at Mobile 360 Privacy & Security from 23-24 May 2017 in the Hague. Nick will be part of keynote panel discussion on Privacy, Security, Trust and the Data Economy.
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Rajeev Suri, CEO, Nokia, will be providing an insightful keynote at Mobile World Congress 2017 on Wednesday 29th February. Rajeev will explore how innovating the global nervous system – a seamless web of interconnected intelligence that underpins our digital lives – will allow you to transform human experiences with effortless, simple and dependable technology and how together we can shape the future of human possibilities.