AI and electric vehicle technology breakthroughs are transforming the automotive industry. These developments pave the way for new innovators, attracting technical prowess and design philosophies from Silicon Valley.
Mike Bell, senior vice president of digital at Lucid Motors, sees continuous innovation coupled with over-the-air updates as key to designing sustainable, award-winning intelligent vehicles that provide seamless automated driving experiences.
NVIDIA’s Katie Burke Washabaugh spoke with Bell on the latest AI Podcast episode, covering what it takes to stay ahead in the software-defined vehicle space.
Bell touched on future technology and its implications for the mass adoption of sustainable, AI-powered EVs — as well as what Lucid’s Silicon Valley roots bring to the intersection of innovation and transportation.
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