Car industry still needs more humans
Published in IoT
Friday, 21 September 2018 11:01

Car industry still needs more humans

Roberts not Robots

Car industry employees should not be concerned about robots taking their jobs – at least not for the moment.

General Motors banks on Autodesk 's new, lightweight 3D-printed parts
Published in Transportation

Cutting down on suppliers

General Motors has announced that it is working with design software company Autodesk Inc to manufacture new, lightweight 3D-printed parts that could help the automaker meet its goals to add alternative-fuel vehicles to its product lineup.

Nvidia VP of software goes to General Motors
Published in News
Thursday, 10 November 2016 10:29

Nvidia VP of software goes to General Motors

Self-driving Sasha Ostojic

It was quite a big deal when a key Zen engineer, Jim Keller, left AMD for Tesla, and we are starting to see a trend now as Sasha Ostojic Vice President, Software at Nvidia has taken a job at General Motors. 

Alleged 2018 'Chevrolet Jolt' isn't an official vehicle
Published in News

GM denies involvement, hints at copyright infringement

Recently, a website for an unreleased Chevrolet vehicle has been listed alleging to portray an upcoming all-electric vehicle with a 230-mile range and a price as low as $30,000. While the new Chevrolet vehicle is schedule to launch sometime in 2018, there is only one problem – it isn’t an official vehicle authorized by Chevrolet or any of its partners.