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BasicAI OnPrem data labeling platform

BasicAI has announced the availability of a suite of enterprise software designed to enable organizations to directly manage the often complicated and time-consuming data annotation process in their own secure environments, either on-premises or in a private cloud deployment.

BasicAI OnPrem represents a groundbreaking approach to proprietary labeled data set creation and management for AI/ML applications. It further enhances the leading functionality and features of BasicAI Cloud Platform while empowering users to manage internal annotation workflows from end-to-end including project definition, workforce management, labeling template customization, acceleration and preprocessing tools, progress monitoring, quality control, and more.

Lytx help clients reduce drowsy driving rates

Lytx®, a leading global provider of machine vision and artificial intelligence powered video telematics solutions for commercial and public sector fleets, has shared its data showing drowsy driving and falling asleep behind the wheel are dramatically declining among commercial drivers who use the Lytx Driver Safety Program.

Lytx data reflects reduction in drowsy driving events among Lytx clients from June 2018 to June 2019, and a reduction in drivers falling asleep behind the wheel.

The data reflects a 39 percent reduction in drowsy driving events among its clients and a 66 percent reduction in drivers falling asleep behind the wheel. The data also shows morning hours between 5 and 8 a.m. had the highest concentration of events recorded for drowsy driving, falling asleep behind the wheel, and collisions, while 6 to 9 p.m. had the fewest instances.

Zenuity and CERN team up for Autonomous Driving

Zenuity, the autonomous driving software company headquartered in Sweden, has become the fi rst automotive company to team up with CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, in the development of fast machine learning for autonomous drive cars.

One of the main quests at CERN is to study the standard model of particle physics by collecting large quantities of data originating from particle collisions produced by CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Both particle physics and autonomous vehicles require fast decisions to be made. CERN has approached this challenge by using Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs), a hardware solution that can execute complex decision-taking algorithms in micro-seconds. The synergy between Zenuity and CERN aims to use FPGAs for fast Machine Learning applications, to be used in the AD industry and in particle physics experiments.

The research to be conducted under the collaboration concerns so-called ‘deep learning’, which is a class of machine learning algorithms. In recent years such algorithms, commonly referred to as AI, have been applied to a multitude of fields with great success, even exceeding human performance on certain tasks.

HERE Technologies to power WorkWave’s mapping functionality

HERE Technologies, has announced that WorkWave®, a provider of cloud-based software solutions that support every stage of a service business’s lifecycle, has replaced Google’s Map and Geocoder products with the HERE Location Suite.

WorkWave’s cloud-based GPS and route planning solutions will utilize industry leading mapping data, reliable routing options and robust geocoding functionality from HERE to enable WorkWave’s solutions to maintain scalability and reliability for its customers.


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