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The Current State and Future Direction of Self-Driving Cars
January 10 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Philadelphia Israel Chamber of Commerce and and University City Science Center present The Current State and Future Direction of Self-Driving Cars, How Israel, the US, and China Lead the Innovation.
In 2017, Intel acquired Mobileye, an Israeli company, for over $15B. It is the leading supplier of software that enables Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS) and technology to support the three pillars of Autonomous Driving – Sensing, Mapping, and Driving Policy.
Our guest speaker is Jeff Moskowitz, a Philadelphia native and Machine Learning Engineer at Mobileye. Jeff will talk about self-driving cars: the current state and future direction. He’ll present an overview of the autonomous driving industry for 2019 — the different approaches being tried, the challenges involved and what’s coming next. We’ll take a look at how Israel, the US, and China are dominating the development of self-driving technologies. Jeff will also host office hours for 1:1 discussions from 3-5pm at Venture Café. Venture Café Thursday Gatherings happen each week from 3-8pm. Explore here.
About Jeff Moskowitz:
Jeff works as an engineer at Mobileye, a global leader in autonomous and advanced driver assistance technologies. He specializes in the use of artificial intelligence for autonomous vehicles. Jeff grew up in the Philadelphia area but has been living in Jerusalem since 2011.
About Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce (PICC):
The unique mission of the Philadelphia-Israel Chamber of Commerce is developing business and academic ties between Greater Philadelphia, Southern New Jersey and Delaware, and Israel. The PICC is a non-profit, non-denominational, independent organization focused on creating commercial and investment opportunities between the two regions.
The PICC also represents the US-Israel Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation (BIRD), which has made more than $10 million in industrial R&D grants regionally to U.S.-Israeli technology ventures (5 grants awarded to PA and DE 2016-2018).