Baidu Meituan to pilot sustenance conveyance by means of self-driving auto
Baidu Meituan-Dianping are meeting up to collaborate on conveying sustenance by means of driverless autos, Sina reports.
The two will pilot the offering in another monetary zone, Xiongan New Area, and were set to start when May 1 yet are looking out for street development.
Baidu announced to launch Apollo project, its self-driving vehicle platform in a bid to help drive the development of autonomous cars including vehicle platform, hardware platform, software platform and cloud data services Baidu plans to launch this project in July this year, before gradually introducing fully autonomous driving capabilities on highways and open city roads by 2020.
In June 2017, Baidu partnered with Continental and Bosch, auto industry suppliers, on automated driving and connected cars
In September 2017, Baidu has rolled out a new portable talking translator that can listen and speak in several different languages. Smaller than a typical smartphone, the 140-gram translation device can also be used as a portable Wi-Fi router and is able to operate on networks in 80 countries, it is still under development currently. Baidu will also be inserting artificial intelligence (AI) technology into smartphones, through its deep learning platform At the same period, it has also led a joint investment of US$12 billion with Alibaba Group, Tencent, JD.com and Didi Chuxing, acquiring 35% of China Unicom's stakes
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