2030 The Driverless World: Business Transformation from Autonomous Vehicles

2030 The Driverless World: Business Transformation from Autonomous Vehicles


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"2030 The Driverless World" is a business book, with a time traveler narrative about how to get from 2017 to the Driverless World of 2030 where human drivers share the road with autonomous vehicles, and jay-walking pedestrians.

"Sudha takes us with her on a ride to the not so distant future of 2030 where auto AI is the new normal. Tapping her expertise in cognitive IoT, Sudha shares how driverless cars will communicate both with us and with our smart city infrastructure, providing the GPS for the transformation of passenger vehicles, semi trucks, and urban mobility".- Ken Herron CMO Unified Inbox LLC.

The author shares a vision of the Driverless World and walks us through the business opportunity, risks, regulations and the many transformations of businesses that are needed to get us from 2017 to 2030 and beyond. Imagine if the road could tell the car if it was icy, traffic lights and parking spots signaled the cars and the wearables on humans told the car about their health, emotions and entertainment needs. The author boldly predicts that this will be an iteration in the next 10-15 years that will create innovations and disruptions of several industries, giving an opportunity for entrepreneurs and innovators to create new businesses, to find new uses of autonomous vehicles, re-imagine transportation, land re-use and urban mobility.

As you flip the pages of this book, you step into a world of inspiration into the autonomous driving world of 2030. We will look at the impact on our jobs, cities, and mobility. We will learn how the nuances of human communication on the road were translated into technology by 2030, thereby creating many Cognitive IoT devices impacting cities, transportation, and urban mobility. We will take an in-depth look at the transformation of Automotive, Transportation, and Cities. We will talk about regulation and governance and how cities and countries adopted to the car AI's technology to ask for data and algorithmic governance of self-driving cars. A chapter will focus on what the self-driving car sees to help us understand the Technology behind these autonomous vehicles. Finally, look ahead to how we can get to a fully autonomous driving world.

"The future Sudha Jamthe reveals in this book about cars as moral machines challenges our assumptions of what is a human-only domain as we create machines that learn their environment, respond to our emotions and reflect empathy. The future is now, and the legacy we leave for future generations is worth the careful consideration of our decisions made today." - Tamara McCleary, Global Technology Influencer, and CEO, Thulium.co

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781973753674
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/11/2017
Pages: 160
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.34(d)

About the Author

Sudha Jamthe is the CEO of IoTDisruptions.com and a globally recognized entrepreneurial, thought leader at the junction of IoT and AI. She brings twenty years of digital transformation experience from building organizations, shaping new technology ecosystems and mentoring leaders at eBay, PayPal, Harcourt, and GTE. She enjoys building partnerships at the cross-section of industry, academia and emerging entrepreneur ecosystems. She advises corporate and city leaders on economic development focused on innovation gaps using exponential technologies.

She is the author of '2030 The Driverless World' about the junction of Autonomous cars and Cognitive IoT. She is the author of three IoT books, 'IoT Disruptions,' 'IoT Disruptions 2020' and 'The Internet of Things Business Primer' and taught the first IoT Business course at Stanford Continuing Ed School. She is the producer of 'The IoT Show' on YouTube. Sudha is a champion for STEM technology with a focus on innovation gaps and social equality.programs and 'Girls Who Code,' and hosts mentor programs for kids.

She has been a venture mentor at MIT and Director at Bay Area Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ Meetups. As a respected Technology Futurist, she actively contributes to TechCrunch, Mashable, GigaOm, Venturebeat and blogs at HuffingtonPost. She serves as the chair of the strategic advisory of Barcelona Technology School and sits on the IEEE Global Initiative on ethical considerations on the fail-safe development of autonomous and intelligent systems committee and the Deans Advisory for Northwestern Polytechnic University School of Engineering. She has an MBA from Boston University.

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