By Scott Duke Kominers, Bloomberg Opinion Published 7:00 am CDT, Friday, March 15, 2019 An AI Gamer playing video games on the SXSW Trade Show floor on March 12, 2019 in Austin, Texas. - The AI Gamer learns the video game as it tries to clear the next stage. The yellow robot mimics human emotions as it plays Super XEVIOUS on the computer. (Photo by SUZANNE CORDEIRO / AFP)SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP/Getty Images less An AI Gamer playing video games on the SXSW Trade Show floor on March 12, 2019 in Austin, Texas. - The AI Gamer learns the video game as it tries to clear the next stage. The yellow robot mimics human emotions ... more Photo: SUZANNE CORDEIRO, Contributor / AFP/Getty Images Photo: SUZANNE CORDEIRO, Contributor / AFP/Getty Images Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 An … [Read more...] about You might be a robot. This is not a joke.
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McLaren Applied Technologies has sets out the ultimate vision for grand prix racing three decades from now, predicting that racing will be all-electric with the advanced use of artificial intelligence (AI). McLaren predicts that in the year is 2050, when the Formula 1 World Championship celebrates its centenary, technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), autonomy, electrification and mixed reality would have become commonplace. Codenamed MCLExtreme (or MCLE for short), McLaren has revealed its car for the future, a blueprint for grand prix racing designed by McLaren’s experts in powertrain, aerodynamics, design, materials technology, data science and human performance. A battle of shapeshifting machines With the exception of the drag reduction system (DRS), today’s technical regulations ban active aerodynamics – but McLaren said they expect that to change. The demand for greater efficiency will see the car designed to have the capability to alter its … [Read more...] about Watch: McLaren predicts Grand Prix future
McLaren Applied Technologies has peered into its crystal ball and laid out what Formula One could look like three decades from now. It's no surprise that McLaren foresees race cars that will be entirely different machines compared to what we know today. McLaren predicts the F1 car of 2050 will be a 300-mph electric racer with shape-shifting aerodynamic components complemented by onboard artificial intelligence. McLaren Applied Technologies consulted with engineers, drivers, fans, race strategists, and also analyzed technology and marketing trends to form its vision. The company still expects an open-wheeled race car with power sent to the rear wheels. Internal-combustion engines, however, will be long gone. McLaren 2050 F1 grand prix concept Instead, an electric motor and a choice of energy storage solutions will power the 2050 F1 racer. McLaren believes active aerodynamics will also play a major part in F1, though that's certainly not the case today. Aside from the current drag … [Read more...] about McLaren 2050 F1 race car: 300-mph EV that can shape-shift