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    Waabi CEO talks using AI to train, scale autonomous trucks

    Self-driving trucking startup Waabi raised $200 million in series B funding from corporate investors like Uber (UBER), Nvidia (NVDA), Volvo, and Khosla Ventures. Waabi aims to leverage generative AI for practical uses of autonomous driving, especially for commercial-grade trucks. Waabi Founder and CEO Raquel Urtasun sits down with Yahoo Finance to explain how the company is in the process of training autonomous vehicles through AI models and simulations, commenting on the progress of autonomous driving over last several decades. "So Waabi has created a new generation of foundational models that are able to understand and interpret what they see, be able to create abstractions that are interpretable so that you can validate and verify the system," Urtasun tells Julie Hyman on Asking for a Trend, "and then uses those abstractions to reason something that for the first time foundational models could not do before, and this gives the system, the ability to really generalize to the unknown, which is fundamental when you bring you want to bring this type of technology to the physical world." For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Asking for a Trend. This post was written by Luke Carberry Mogan. Catch up on Yahoo Finance's latest reporting on autonomous and full-self driving developments: Investors are buying into AI and Musk any way they can: Morning Brief What ridesharers can unlock in autonomous vehicle partnerships Tesla's robotaxi unveiling won't just be about the technology: 'We're starting a new book' Alphabet's Waymo faces probe from US regulators Tesla is in 'incredibly enviable' position for real-world AI Safety is 'core of everything' for Waymo's robotaxi service Cities are 'the biggest hurdle' for Tesla's robotaxi: Analyst

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    The Most Hated Brand in the US

    The article lists the most hated brand in the US. Why Consumers Hate on Brands When we look at some of the worst companies in the world, it’s hard to pinpoint exactly what made them the “worst” in the first place. Such strong sentiments usually emerge from brand hatred, allowing customers to express negative views […]


    Uber Is No Upstart Anymore, Thanks to Dara Khosrowshahi. Profits Are Starting to Roll In.

    Uber Technologies CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has transformed the ride-sharing and food-delivery business from a new-economy upstart into an increasingly profitable cash generator—one that provides flexible work to more than seven million drivers and couriers. Uber faced an existential crisis during the pandemic, when global travel largely ceased and most people were forced to work from home. On Uber’s latest earnings call, Khosrowshahi, 55, said the 15-year-old company’s recent results “demonstrate our ability to deliver consistent, profitable growth at scale.”