The year’s biggest tech expo is almost upon us. And while this year’s CES is being held exclusively online in a virtual format, Mobileye will still be present in a big way with several events that participants can tune into from the comfort of their homes, offices, and home offices.
All events will be available to view at intel.com/CES. Here’s what we have in store for you this year.
City of Doers – Intel & Mobileye’s Virtual CES Booth
This year, all of CES is virtual – including the booths. Explore how Intel and Mobileye technology impact the way people work and live at the “City of Doers” – including a virtual Mobileye Self-Driving Shuttle.
Amnon Shashua: It’s Time to Go – Intel CES News Conference
Monday, January 11, 2021 @ 10:00-10:20am PST
Take an intimate virtual tour of the Mobileye garage lab with our CEO Prof. Amnon Shashua as he connects today’s progress and technology with tomorrow’s vision. Prof. Shashua will discuss the unique interplay between advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and our autonomous vehicle technology, and how this connection has shaped Mobileye’s strategy. This session will feature a 1:1 with Ed Neidermeyer, Director of Communications at PAVE (Partners for Automated Vehicle Education).
Under the Hood with Amnon
Tuesday, January 12, 2021 @ 10:00-11:00am PST
Join Prof. Shashua as he reveals our latest progress on automated driving technologies – including roadmap revelations, mapping milestones, RSS/safety progress, new and growing partnerships for mobility-as-a-service, and more. He will provide an in-depth look at how Mobileye delivers today on its global promises and technologies. He will also shed light on Mobileye SuperVision™, our most advanced hands-free driving system, and perform a deep dive into Mobileye’s disruptive high-definition mapping technology. As in previous years, viewers can expect revealing new videos that demonstrate Mobileye’s progress.
Technological Megashifts Impacting our World – Prof. Amnon Shashua & Thomas Friedman on the Future of AI
Wednesday, January 13, 2021 @ 9:45am PST
Prof. Shashua and Thomas Friedman of The New York Times explore the global impact of Artificial Intelligence. Shashua and Friedman will tackle fundamental questions related to the ethics and values governing today’s technology, the challenges facing a rapid pace of change and automation, and solutions for maximizing opportunities in a world that is fast, fused and deep.
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