Mobileye to train self-driving cars with data submitted by automakers

Ever since MobilEye, maker of the EyeQ3 chip used by Tesla’s Autopilot front-facing camera, severed ties with the Silicon Valley-based automaker, the Israeli company has been busy forging new alliances with other car companies. It’s ultimate goal is the same as Elon Musk’s — developing self driving technology as quickly as possible. The two former allies turned adversaries agree on the target but disagree on how to get there. MobilEye says it is now concentrating on ways to train cars to drive themselves without using real-world testing through human drivers. The company intends to feed large amounts of data into computers that will create highly accurate simulations of the real world. It is asking the world’s automakers to provide it with the data from their own autonomous driving research in order to speed up development efforts. “If you want…


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