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How Intel is Powering the Future of Self-Driving Technology

Sara Rice, Social Media Intern, Consumer Technology Association (CTA)

Self-driving vehicles and the technology behind them are developing quickly. Self-driving cars have the potential to save almost 1.3 million lives from car crashes each year by eliminating driver error, which is the cause of most crashes.

Intel, a Consumer Technology Association (CTA) member, is one of the companies leading the way in developing and testing self-driving technology. Intel’s high-performance computing and connectivity expertise is helping to drive self-driving technology into the future. Their vision for the future is one with less accidents and more mobility options. Intel is collaborating with other companies like Waymo, Mobileye and BMW to create self-driving platforms and bring this vision to life.

It is also important to build trust among consumers so more people can take advantage of the life-saving benefits self-driving cars bring. Intel believes this passenger trust is key to getting self-driving cars on the road. The technology is even winning LeBron James over:

Intel’s CEO Brian Krzanich will deliver a keynote address at CES 2018 – 6:30 PM, January 8, Monte Carlo’s Park Theater — register for CES today.