FILE PHOTO: A Toyota logo is shown at the 89th Geneva international motor show in Geneva, Switzerland, March 5, 2019 at the latest. REUTERS/Pierre Albouy
JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israeli high-tech company, Cortica has teamed up with some of the leading players in the automotive industry, in order to form an artificial intelligence, a venture and for autonomous driving, the company said on Wednesday.
In view of the change in the direction of self-driving cars, many in the industry are looking to take on the AI in their systems in order to better manage the road network and improve safety.
The ners in the new Tel Aviv-based spin-off, named Cartica, AI, of his own venture capital units, with Toyota, BMW, automotive supplier, Continental AG, as well as the Israeli investment platform, OurCrowd.
The companies did not disclose how much they have invested in Cartica’s AI, but it will help you with its development and deployment.
Cartica, the AI said that, in contrast to the more traditional AI systems, and the use of human-labeled data, deep learning, and that it is time-consuming, costly, and sometimes unreliable.
Instead, it said, the AI engine searches through millions and millions of non-rated videos, how to find common elements in order to make informed decisions about how best to respond to it on the road without the need of human intervention.
Reporting by Ari Rabinovitch