• Driverless car start-up wayve uses Microsoft’s “supercomputer power” to develop a new automatic driving mode

    Reuters reported on May 17 that Wayve, a British self driving car start-up, said that when developing a machine learning based model for autonomous vehicle, it would use the supercomputer infrastructure designed for the company by its investor Microsoft to process a large amount of data. Picture from: Reuters Wave’s technology relies on machine learning, using camera sensors installed outside the vehicle to learn from traffic patterns and other driver behaviors through these systems, rather than relying on detailed digital maps and codes to tell the traditional method of how…

    May 17, 2022