We all know that self-driving Car is the feature. All the big companies like Google, Tesla, Audi are already in the race of Making self-driving car but one of another big name apple always say that they are not a part of this race. Rumours about Apple and self-driving cars have been flying since a long time and Its happen again.
Apple self-driving car Video
The self-driving car technology of Apple, code named Project Titan, was reportedly spotted in the streets of Silicon Valley, but it looks very weird compared to the driverless car projects of other tech giants such as Google.
Going to need more than 140 characters to go over 🍎's Project Titan. I call it "The Thing" pic.twitter.com/sLDJd7iYSa
— MacCallister Higgins (@macjshiggins) October 17, 2017
Authority Words about Apple self-driving car
Recently, Apple CEO Tim Cook pulled back the shades a bit for the organization’s self-driving auto venture, affirming that Apple was chipping away at self-sufficient vehicle innovation that it considers as “the mother of all AI ventures.”
It now gives the idea that Apple is gaining great ground on the innovation’s improvement, as it is currently driving through California.
Fortunately, Higgins knew what exactly he saw and why it was so important to capture it on video. He is the co-founder of self-driving car startup Voyage, and Higgins was convinced that what he saw in the streets of Sunnyvale was Apple’s driverless vehicle technology in action.
Apple produced a buzz recently when it got an allow to test its independent vehicles in California. It has been affirmed that Apple isn’t assembling new vehicles sans preparation, yet is working rather on self-governing programming to help existing car makers.
Apple CEO Tim Cook Word
“What we’re focusing on – what we’ve talked about focusing on publicly – is we’re focusing on autonomous systems. And clearly one purpose of autonomous systems is self-driving cars. There are others, and we sorta see it as the mother of all AI projects. It’s probably one of the most difficult AI projects, actually, to work on. And so autonomy is something that’s incredible exciting for us, but we’ll see where it takes us,” CEO Tim Cook said in an interview in June.
The Verge also suggests that the computing stack is in the roof sensor array, rather than in a computer mounted somewhere in the vehicle body.
That would make sense: Apple has hinted that it’s only working on the tech side of self-driving systems, rather than trying to make a complete self-driving car. Making a bolt-on system that includes all the sensors and computing power needed to make a car self-driving would make sense, if Apple’s aim is to sell the system to as many car manufacturers as possible.
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