With giants like Google, Apple, Samsung and Uber in the race, we are likely to begin spotting driverless cartage on the road much more often in the years to come. But what is the accepted state of diplomacy in the self-driving car industry? This alluring short documentary will bring you up to date.

Produced by Red Hat Films,  explores the future of technology at the circle amid self-driving cars and bogus intelligence. The docufilm is the latest instalment to the company’s Open Source Stories series that traces the assorted ways in which AI has crept into our lives and surroundings.

Featuring commentaries from AI luminaries like Nutonomy CEO Karl Iagnemma, Skymind CEO Chris Nicholson, Google researcher François Chollet and Duke University assistant Mary Cummings,  takes a deep look at how AI is paving the way for self-driving cars to reach the masses.

“AI will more basic to our lives, to our society. It will become part of our basic basement of society, it will become our interface to the world, to a world that will be more advice rich and complex. AI will change what it means to be human,” says Chollet.

Building on this thought, goes on to brainstorm it is absolutely AI that will save lives on the roads and help free active tech cement its way into boilerplate ubiquity.

premieres today with a debut on two fronts – both online and at the Red Hat Summit in Boston. Watch the full documentary in the video area above.

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