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How is AI Transforming the Automotive Industry?

Artificial intelligence is at the core of the transformation of the automotive 

industry. 10 years ago, there was no real AI in cars. Today, most new cars are packed with software, a lot of which is AI related. Deep learning and reinforcement learning are key technologies for new advanced functions in vehicles, such as autonomous driving. Patrick Perez, director of discusses his team’s research and the AI automotive applications they develop to make mobility safer.


Patrick Perez, Director of

Romain Bruniaux, Valeo Industrial Vice President

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