Artificial intelligence is a world that from its beginnings has proven to be a dream and a great challenge for programmers since its end point is undefined; that is, it depends on creativity, imagination and experience to be built.
Today, artificial intelligence is defined as a newborn world because it is believed that we lack many to experiment, discover and create in their environment. This is what continues to inspire large electronics companies to experience, discover and improve the quality of life of people collectively and individually.
Large electronics companies are constantly in research and development to create more efficient devices according to the demands of users, and achieve the highest position among the companies in their environment. There is great competition in building vehicles and / or developing systems to replace the driver; that is to say, to create autonomous vehicles with specific functions given by the user.
So far companies like Apple, Google, among others have already presented their prototypes of autonomous vehicles and have tested them on public roads. Now it’s the turn of the electronics giant. Samsung is the latest company to get the go-ahead to test its self-driven cars on California’s public roads in addition to Nissan.
This is according to the list of companies that have accepted the terms of the California Department of Motor Vehicles’ Independent Vehicle Verification Program. In May, Samsung received approval to try self-driven cars in their home country, using software tailored to Hyundai vehicles.
Samsung would try to keep up with its technological rivals in the automotive environment to make the competition and revolutionize its industry. This is because in 2015, the electronics giant announced a new division that will focus on auto-driving vehicle software, rather than creating the entire vehicle after its biggest rival, Apple, has changed its approach from stand-alone cars to stand-alone systems.
With the authorization to test its self-propelled vehicles in California, Samsung could position itself to offer its technology to other companies, including an automaker, as it maintains an outpost in San Jose.
Source: The Verge