Artificial Intelligence

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In what can be seen as a huge step forward in the arena of autonomous vehicle technology, Lyft has announced that it will share with the public its level 5 dataset from its autonomous vehicle data. The dataset is described as a “comprehensive, large-scale dataset featuring the raw sensor camera and LiDAR inputs as perceived

Tomorrow, May 1, 2019, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) will officially publish in the Federal Register a Request for Information (Docket Number: 190312229-9229-01) seeking comments on development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Standards.  Pursuant to the Executive Order on Maintaining American Leadership in Artificial Intelligence (signed on February 11, 2019), NIST was


The FDA recently issued the discussion paper “Proposed Regulatory Framework for Modifications to Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML)-Based Software as a Medical Device (SaMD)” and a request for comments.

Commissioner Scott Gottlieb issued a statement at the time of the paper’s release lauding artificial intelligence and machine learning as having “the potential to fundamentally transform the

Another partnership has been formed in the autonomous vehicle world. SAE, Ford, GM, and Toyota have announced the formation of the Autonomous Vehicle Safety Consortium (AVSC).

The focus of AVSC is to work to safely advance testing, pre-competitive development, and deployment of SAE Level 4 and 5 automated vehicles. It is the goal of the

Today, The Wall Street Journal published a special section on artificial intelligence with multiple articles on its impact on various industries, new applications of the technology, and its general impact on corporate management. This link to an article on the latter topic is worthwhile, as are the other articles in today’s edition of the

In a recent lawsuit filed in the Northern District of California, Tesla alleged that a former employee, Guangzhi Cao, copied more than 300,000 files of Tesla’s Auto-pilot related source code before leaving to work for one of Tesla’s competitors, Xiaopeng Motors Technology Company Ltd.

This lawsuit highlights the difficulties associated with potential collaboration in