The issue of driver attentiveness “is really a critical area,” said Bryan Reimer of MIT. “We are clearly picking up technology in the car, portable phones, et cetera, at rates that are far and above what should be socially acceptable.”
Data is the great empowerer of the 21st century, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s new predictive AI tool gives manufacturers the ability to not only fix machines before they break, but break open new sources of revenue.
"Some competitors, not by name because there are several, they’re trying to race to be the first one to show autonomous driving. I’m not so sure what being first gets you,” said Jack Hollis, group vice president of U.S. sales for the Toyota.
Artificial intelligence is positioning itself as the transformative technology of the century. The speed at which it is improving manufacturing operations leaves the industry with two options: Embrace the machines or get left behind.