The first idea that likely springs to mind when you think about artificial intelligence and cars is autonomous driving. That’s certainly an important application. But the auto industry has many other uses for AI: Collecting and parsing safety data, and design, to name just two. Given the hype around the opportunities presented by intelligent machines, we might expect that segment of the industry to be booming. In fact, it’s stalled.
Like a host of other industries where leaders want to explore and employ AI but can’t, there just aren’t enough people to hire.
Car companies globally aren’t progressing AI projects nearly as fast as trends suggested they would two years ago, according to a report released last month by the Research Institute of Capgemini, a global