Mobileye (NYSE:MBLY) has shrugged off all valuation-based criticism and has continued moving higher. The stock has inched higher on the back of several positive catalysts. The company is well positioned to benefit from the autonomous car market and has taken several steps in the right direction as mentioned below.
The artificial intelligence market — which includes computer vision, speech recognition, data analytics, and machine learning technologies — is often considered the next frontier of computing. Research firm Markets and Markets estimates that the market will grow from $240 million in 2014 to $5.05 billion by 2020, fueled by rising demand for AI tech in the media, advertising, retail, finance, and healthcare sectors.
One of the most spectacular advances in modern science has been the rise of machine vision. In just a few years, a new generation of machine learning techniques has changed the way computers see.
But a problem is emerging.
This time is different. In investing these are “the four most expensive words in the English language”. So are we making the same mistake with robots and automation? Is it different this time?
Driverless cars could reach public roads worldwide within the next decade , according to most industry forecasts. As a result, many companies are expanding into driverless technologies, like computer vision chips and navigation systems.
But before you invest in companies that are tapping into the growth of this fledgling market, you should read these three tips about the driverless market.
Surgery performed by robots is just as successful as operations carried out by surgeons, a major trial has found.
The study of prostate cancer patients found those whose gland was removed by a machine were doing as well after three months as those who went under the knife in the traditional way.
TWENTY MILES EAST of Sparks, Nevada, a factory is rising from the red dirt of the high desert. It doesn’t look like much yet, but this building, dubbed the Gigafactory, is the key to Elon Musk’s sweeping plan to remake transportation.
It’s where Tesla will build the batteries that power its electric vehicles.
The factory looks like many others in China’s heavily industrialized Guangdong province — crates and scrap metal outside, vats of steaming chemicals and rows of stainless steel parts inside.
Workers are dwarfed by the mammoth metal presses they run, loud and grimy like something out of the industrial revolution.
Prisma, the psychedelic photo-editing app that uses artificial-intelligence algorithms to turn your selfies into strange artworks, has been released on Android. The app has previously been out on iOS, leading to a barrage of Facebook profile pictures that look a bit like Edvard Munch paintings. Now you can download the app on the Google Play store. […]
There is a growing popularity in 3D printed concrete forms in recent years, which has many people waiting for an age of 3D printed houses and buildings. Impremere AG is one company who is developing their own methods for printing in concrete.
Additive Manufacturing is known for its time and money saving abilities, and the printers at Imprimere are no different
In an effort to beat benchmarks, investment companies are looking at the entire dataset of Twitter, known in the business as the “full firehose”.
Few people can manage the sheer scale and storage challenges that come with it, not to mention the costs. You could start searching the social media stream using a hashtag approach.