This talk will introduce macro-developments in the autonomous driving ecosystem over the last 5 years, followed by the work that a team of Harvard and MIT behavioral scientists, computer vision researchers, and machine learning experts is doing to give machines human-like intuition. We will conclude by looking ahead to where the autonomous driving ecosystem is heading, including the likely impact the COVID-19 pandemic is going to have.
This talk will introduce some of the major challenges faced in ultra high‐field Magnetic Resonance Imaging (UHF MRI), and will summarize a number of concepts in engineering and multiphysics that are being researched to overcome these issues.
Operating a consulting business can incur risks, and making a consulting business profitable and rewarding is not easy. Jonathan Sweet, Esq. will discuss tools to help reduce risk and increase profitability and satisfaction for both new and experienced consultants.
In this presentation, IP attorney Stephen Bachmann will provide in-depth information on patent and other IP trends for cutting edge AI technology.
This talk will show how the future holds the potential for billions or even trillions of Internet of Thing (IoT) devices, including wireless sensor networks, Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) beacons, and "Smart whatever."
Ron Herardian will discuss the advantages of Cloud Native software applications versus legacy software approaches, what is driving this disruptive change in the software industry, and what the future holds for software development.
This talk will show how a multi-LiDAR architecture is both a major improvement over a single large sensor on the roof of an AV, as well as a more elegant approach visually and for driving competency.
This event will include a panel of presenters who will discuss the impact of AB 5, and how best to deal with this impact so that independent consultants can maintain the independence that they have enjoyed for many years. The Q&A portion of the event will allow attendees to have their questions answered by the panel.
This talk will describe how owners of brands and intellectual property are losing billions of dollars in revenue every year to counterfeiters, and how companies go about catching counterfeiters and make them go away.
This talk will review the history of Wi-Fi technology, including the role of the IEEE 802.11 standards committee, technology breakthroughs that made low cost devices possible, and the progression to mobile phones and IoT.