A start-up born out of Stanford just entered the driverless car race with a radical approach
Drive.ai, a start-up born out of Stanford's artificial intelligence lab, has officially entered the driverless car arms race.
But Drive.ai has no interest in building an actual, self-driving car. Rather, as co-founder and president Carol Reiley told Business Insider, the start-up plans to sell "the brains of the car."
That car brain comes in the form of sensors, LiDAR, and Radar like many other companies are using, but with one... [Lire la suite]