字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi, I'm David Shaw. Today on AI News we're going to take a look at autonomous driving. Intel is a huge player in this quickly developing space, and you'll want to stay in the know to keep up. Follow the links below to learn more about the information we talk about in this episode. First, you'll want to sign up for the Intel Go Automotive SDK. This kit will not only combine existing tools in one place, but it will deepen the toolbox with the latest in automated driving technology. Included in the first release is a new Intel Computer Vision SDK, an integrated Intel Deep Learning SDK, a sensor data labeling tool, optimization libraries compilers, performance and power analyzers, and debuggers. Sign up to be notified when the Intel Go Automotive SDK is ready for preview. After you've signed up, check out this article on how to get started with developing for automated driving. The article will connect you with useful tools and resources, for both vehicle and data centers, to create your own automated driving experience. In addition, with more autonomous vehicles expected to hit the road in the future, smart communications systems will heavily rely on a network that is speedy and strong. Read up on the power of 5G, and how it will interplay with communications in autonomous driving. Intel's quickly increasing its capabilities in automated driving tools. During CES this year, we announced plans to purchase a percentage of ownership in Here, a global provider of digital maps and location based services. Intel in Here will collaborate on the research and development of a proof of concept architecture that supports real time updates for automated driving. Thank you for watching this month's episode of AI news. Make sure to like this video, and subscribe to the Intel Software YouTube channel, and find us on Facebook to stay up to date.