Self-Driving Bike From China
|Source: Tsinghua University|
May Be Important Tech for Future AI
A team of Chinese researchers have started focusing on autonomous transport in the form of bicycles as driverless cars continue to be developed. They may have come up on something big. They've developed bikes with an AI chip that are self-balancing, steer around obstacles and respond to basic voice commands. This is powered by a new kind of computer chip from Tsinghua University, which is a top innovation center in Beijing.
Very Smart Chip
This Tianjic chip is a hybrid design that works on two forms of computing: conventional and a neurological one. They combine for object detection, motor and balance control, voice recognition and more. China thinks this hybrid architecture could be the future of AI and they're developing it.