This month Autotech Council meets to explore the impact Generative AI will have on the automotive industry. AI has many applications in automotive, from the obvious self-driving and ADAS applications, to smart cities and V2x. But this specific type of Generative AI, of the ChatGPT variety, has unique new applications. Join Autotech Council members, OEMs, automotive suppliers, mobility startups and VCs as we look at the Generative AI platforms, and discuss how they will affect the auto industry.
Autotech Council members representing carmakers and their T1 vendor partners meet monthly in Silicon Valley to review new technologies and a handful of mobility, transportation, and automotive companies and solutions coming out of the technology industry's entrepreneurial community across the globe.
What do Conversational AI, Generative AI, and ChatGPT type of tools have to do with the Automotive Industry? Well, you can log in to OpenAI and ask it, or you can join our June meeting and meet the companies thinking and working on it. Beyond the sensation of fantastic conversational AI that is changing the nature of work and art, the auto industry will not escape the disruption. From ADAS to smart cities to V2x, conversational AI has unique applications and use cases across mobility. Join us as we look at the Generative AI platforms, and discuss how they will affect the auto industry.
This agenda opens with an industry overview of the landscape for Generative AI in mobility and a technology keynote, followed by a panel looking at the challenges for conversational AI, and as with all Autotech Council meetings includes demo and meeting tables, plenty of time for networking and of course startup pitches and technology demos.
Speakers on this agenda include:
Along with startups working on:
While the Call for Speakers and Demos is now closed, companies with technology or business innovations to share can rent a Demo Table or add a Rapid Fire Pitch. These options are available to add as an upgrade when you register.
Regular participants to Autotech Council meetings include tech scouts, innovation strategy, partnership executives and corporate development delegates from: