Keynote: Katherine S. Winter, Intel, Big Data In Autonomous Driving

Yerba Buena Theater Wednesday, July 12
9:35am to 10:05am

As autonomous cars prepare to hit the roads, a tidal wave of data will come with them. Today, the average person generates around 650 megabits of data per day. By 2020, an autonomous vehicle will produce approximately 4 terabytes of data per day. Autonomous vehicles will need to navigate new environments, continuously update high-precision maps, anticipate what other cars around them will do and learn from the collective knowledge of other autonomous vehicles, which will be stored in the cloud. New technologies, like 5G, will enable data to move back and forth between cars, the cloud, and all the “things” around them seamlessly. Kathy Winter will explore what this means for the automotive industry – and specifically autonomous driving - and how Intel is partnering with the ecosystem to solve these problems.

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