Following on from previous tiny info
Here's an cases when you will need to use AI for your Big Data:
WHEN TRAINING MARKETING STAFF
Today, you can find out everything about your customers or potential customers without having to carry out a survey. This information can be used to train your marketing staff appropriately. To gather all the relevant information about your clients, you will need machine learning programs. The data will mostly be obtained from social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. You can easily tailor your marketing strategy based on the needs and concerns of your customers.
Amazing opportunity last night listening to a presentation by Dr. Michael Kuby professor of geographical sciences and urban planning of ASU talk about alternative fuel vehicles, like electric cars and how they are becoming reality. Super informative. Need help with electric vehicles in your fleet? Give me a call to learn about incentives and an action plan to make it happen.
eVTOL - The Future of Autonomous Air Travel is Here!
Just a few years ago, journalists, tech specialists and the general public alike were fantasising at the revolutionary idea of flying to work, to the airport, to the grocery store even. Ultra-innovative companies, like Uber, capitalised on and even glamorised the idea of autonomous air travel. Despite unrealistic action plans, these high-tech transportation alternatives wielded hearty promises: a decrease in traffic congestion, less air pollution, safer cities. These promises were just futuristic aspirations, the majority thought.
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AI works by identifying patterns in information.
Here are some cases when you will need to use AI for your Big Data:
WHEN ANALYSING SOCIAL MEDIA DATA
Almost all companies now use social media sites to market their products and services. If you have thousands of followers on various social media sites, you will find it challenging to analyse the data and identify patterns. For this purpose, you will have to use machine learning programs. These programs will analyse the data pouring in and deliver specific results. For example, they can give you insight into the most significant problems faced by your customers, their average age, their location, and maybe even their marital status. You can also find out specific actions that triggered certain reactions.
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Trust the Process: the images by @foamstudioberlin highlight the journey of Spaces on Wheels, our Playful Research project exploring autonomous vehicles. We think they are as beautiful as the final renders
New-Vehicle Sales Forecast and the State of Auto Retailing
The National Automobile Dealers Association to Issue 2019 New-Vehicle Sales Forecast and Discuss the State of Auto Retailing at Briefing on Dec. 13
FOCUS ON THE FUTURE
focus on the future has always been key to NADA’s mission, and this year’s get-together in Las Vegas (starting on page 8) spotlights the many challenges and opportunities auto retail will face in the next century. Autonomous vehicles. Data security. Social media. An everchanging landscape of federal and state regulations. These hot topics and more are on the roster—and understanding how they affect dealers and consumers will be key to success.
Autonomous vehicles in Detroit? Yep! .
If you’ve ever seen these friendly green-and white shuttles cruising around downtown #Detroit then you’ve spotted an autonomous vehicle. These shuttles, the first commercial driverless shuttle service in the 🇺🇸, created by @maymobility, an Ann Arbor, Michigan-based startup, uses six-passenger electric vehicles - including a human “fleet attendant” who’s on board to tell people how the vehicles work and take control if something goes wrong - steer themselves through traffic on a carefully mapped, closed loop. Its first commercial deployment began in June 2018 in Detroit, with a top speed of 25 miles per hour. .
Sadly, these shuttles are not yet open to the public. For now, only Bedrock employees in a handful of the property management company’s Detroit offices can use the shuttles.
Curious. Where would you like to see autonomous taxis / shuttles /cars 🚖 in #YQG?
A fantastic morning at our annual #TechTrends2019 event. From #AutonomousVehicles to #HealthTech, our panel shared their predictions of what’s to come this year. A huge thank you to our speakers from FT, Forbes, BBC and Channel 4!
Check out this robot’s eye view of Robocar in action during a recent test at Roborace’s UK proving facility. It’s part of the team’s extensive test schedule ahead of our upcoming public demonstrations around Europe: stay tuned for details.