Mighty AI will also open a Detroit office in the Techstars Mobility space.
Mark your calendars for October 18-19 in the Motor City.
It all has to do with how the car listens to us and lets us interact with it.
Business leaders Dan Gilbert and Tim Armstrong discuss innovation in the Motor City and beyond.
In this panel, we'll debate the pros and cons of connected vehicles and investigate the less discussed side of the future of our cars.
The auto industry is dominated by traditional, entrenched players. But, now that cars are as much about software, tech and connectivity as they are about powertrains and sheet metal, startups are poised to have a bigger impact on the industry than ever before.
It does make sense, when you think about it.
Four major trends are changing the automotive industry as we know it.
Meet Olli. Not only can it drive itself, but engage in helpful, naturalistic conversation with its passengers. Join Bret Greenstein VP, IBM Watson IoT Platform as he dives into the ever evolving relationship between humans and robots.
An industry that has been well established for a century is on the verge of a major transformation. Hear from McKinsey Sr. Partner and automotive expert, Hans-Werner Kaas as he shares his perspective on the magnitude of changes to come.
You've heard that autonomous cars are going to be part of our future, but in Singapore, they've already arrived thanks to nuTonomy. Karl Iagnemma, CEO, nuTonomy shares the story of the world's first self-driving taxi public trial.
Autonomy opens a world of opportunity to car designers. Join our panel of designers and thought leaders as we explore how driverless cars will activate a design revolution. This panel includes, Mark Prommel, Melissa Cefkin, Paul Snyder, and Brett Berk.
The company has been interviewing riders pre- and post-trip in their fleet of autonomous taxis.
Pensa envisions a future where autonomy activates "third spaces" in our public and urban areas. Explore the intersection of autonomy and design with Pensa Partner & Design Director, Mark Prommel.