Automated Valet Parking More Than Nice To Have

Limits of Vehicle-centrism in  Autonomous Driving Development

© B2Bioworld 2021Automotive suppliers and car manufacturers are gearing up for autonomous driving. An interesting field is automated valet parking (AVP). B2Bioworld asked Rolf Nicodemus at Bosch and AVP inventor about competitive propositions, testing experience outside Germany, use cases, and the challenges to go to market in varying cultural contexts. Vehicle-centrism will not always convince regulators of and attract consumers to autonomous driving on public roads.Read more ...

Eurofins: “We have some of the biggest databases in the world…”

Eurofins’ is working on forward integration from service provider to diagnostics manufacturer. What about recent acquisitions of NGS diagnostic companies, and what are growth perspectives from “big data” accumulated in-house?Read more ...

Creeping Risks of Regular Overtime Work

Are ischaemic heart disease and stroke caused by long working hours? WHO and ILO stimulate a debate about possibly overlooked effects of the current pandemic on work beyond daily news about infections.Read more ...

Data Exploitation and Freedom of Operation

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Regulatory Challenges of Big Data Operations – Algorithms, Healthcare, or Autonomous Driving

Herbert Zech, Professor of Life Sciences and Intellectual Property Laws at Universität Basel on key juridical concepts of the current debate about big data and artificial intelligence applications beyond privacy lawsRead more ...

Big Data & Research – Acquisition, Analytics, and Exploitation

Ulrich M Gassner, Professor of Public Law at Universität Augsburg (DE) discussing privacy, research disclaimers, DigiMed Bavaria, and wiggle room between national, regional, EU regulationsRead more ...