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The idea of self-driving cars or autonomous vehicles has captured human imagination since the 1930s and with the 2020 slated deadline to put self-driving cars on the streets of major cities in the US and other developed countries, stakes and motivation are definitely high. It was at Carnegie Mellon University that the first truly autonomous cars appeared (circa 1980); however, it was DARPA’s (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) self-driving cars competition of 2004, 2005 and…

With the upcoming release of Kambria’s Open Innovation Platform, our native token, KAT, is going to play an integral role in our ecosystem. Our team of game theorists developed KAT tokenomics with strong demand-focused principles in mind. Our three tiered approach to the Kambria Master Business Plan provides an overview of how we will create a strong, sustainable ecosystem that supports all interested parties both from the top down and from the bottom up, thereby…

Greetings Kambrians! As things heat up with our Vietnam AI Grand Challenge (VAGC), we are ready to release more details for the event. With several seminars and workshops now behind us, we are drawing close to the June 17th online event, where participants will enter the first stage of the challenge. To participate in the Vietnam AI Grand Challenge, please sign your team up today at https://bounty.kambria.io. The total prizes for VAGC are $40,000 USD,…