In this episode, I’m joined by Stuart Feffer, co-founder and CEO of Reality AI, which provides tools and services for engineers working with sensors and signals, and Brady Tsai, Business Development Manager at Koito, which develops automotive lighting solutions for car manufacturers.
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Stuart and Brady joined me at CES a few weeks ago after they announced a partnership to bring Adaptive Driving Beam, or ADB, headlights to North America. Brady explains what exactly ADB technology is and how it works, while Stuart walks me through the technical aspects of not only this partnership, but of the Reality AI platform as a whole.
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In this week’s interviews, our AI in Consumer Electronics series, you’ll hear from some great people who help me explore some of the very cool ways that machine learning and AI are being used to enhance our everyday lives.
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Mentioned in the Interview
- Enter the #MyAI Contest Now!!
- Reality AI
- Adaptive Driving Beams
- Kfold Cross Validation
- Register for the Artificial Intelligence Conference here!
- Check out @ShirinGlander’s Great TWiML Sketches!
- Intel AI
- TWiML Presents: AI in Consumer Electronics
- TWiML Events Page
- TWiML Meetup
- TWiML Newsletter
“More On That Later” by Lee Rosevere licensed under CC By 4.0