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5 Signs Your Company Needs a Software Transformation

Software started as a small discipline in the 1960s, and limited applications kept it fairly isolated from most other industries. There were large computers, then personal computers. But then we […]

Car manufacturing

Mercedes, Porsche Talk Of Car-As-A-Device And Becoming Software Factories

Neil Postman, the American author, critic and educator, died exactly twenty years ago from the writing of this article. “Technological change is not additive,” he scowled. “It is ecological. A […]


The Connected Vehicle Now Includes The Connected Lawyer

We’ve all been there. Anywhere between a fender bender, a routine stop and a major incident where we don’t understand the applicable laws, driver protections and desirable actions towards an […]


The Sixth Age Of Automotive Development Efficiency: “Added Intelligence”

For the better part of the last 75 years of the automotive industry, efficiency has been one of the major battlegrounds in the quest for better margins. Keeping costs down […]


New Study Questions How Long Until “Failsafe” Is Spelled Using AI

Adults make an estimated 35,000 decisions in any given day. Additionally, they change their minds twice on average for every one of those instantaneous decisions. So on average, a highway driver makes […]


Avatar For Your Car: Renault To Experiment With In-Vehicle Interfaces

Imagine a face or personality informing the driver of an impending pedestrian crossing or a newly identified route. The avatar might be cartoonish like a talking logo or eventually more […]

The Three Legends (Or Lies) Of Electric Vehicles

In the star-studded 1962 blockbuster “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance,” a minor character ironically finishes the film with the most iconic-yet-frequently-misquoted line, “When the legend becomes fact, print the […]

Auto Executive: “AI Will Be Used For More Than Just The Products”

With the wide readership that this forum provides, feedback on articles comes in many forms: explicit compliments, constructive criticisms and a wealth of social media comments (as well as hopefully […]

Auto Recalls Way Down In 2023 And Mercedes Knows Why

In early 2018, AlixPartners released a study that 2017 recalls costs in North America alone exceeded $20B annually. That only went northward thereafter in 2019 and 2020 with 24% and 32% […]

EV Motorcycle Startup Shows How Culture Drives Marketplace

The history books of the automotive industry contain whole chapters of cultural gaffes. The myth in these legends, though, is that such egregious errors always cost corporations billions when, in […]

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