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As of April 1st, 2016, the external Volvo Group IT business, IT infrastructure and Operations has been transferred to HCL Technologies.

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VOLVO, AUTOLIV WILL JOINTLY DEVELOP AUTONOMOUS DRIVING SOFTWARE

Volvo IT | September 06, 2016

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Chinese-owned Volvo Cars and the Swedish-based automotive safety group Autoliv Inc. said Tuesday that they were creating a jointly owned company to develop autonomous driving software....

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TESLA, JAGUAR, VOLVO LEAD CONSUMER SOFTWARE COMPLAINTS IN 2016

Volvo IT | May 24, 2016

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Nobody likes a complainer. Nobody, that is, except for data companies and the federal government. Using a compilation of internal measures and info from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), J.D. Power's SafetyIQ program tracks consumer software complaints, no matter the reason. And it appears that 2016 won't be much better than last year in terms of finicky software....

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DEVOPS AND OBSERVABILITY IN THE 2020S

ZDNet | January 14, 2020

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DevOps Pulse is an annual analysis of the DevOps industry, conducted by logz.io. Findings from the 2019 version have just been published, and we take the opportunity to share and comment on them with Tomer Levy, logz.io CEO. Levy co-founded logz.io in 2014 and has managed to raise about $100 million and build a team of 250 people to date, on the premise of offering an open-source based solution for log management. The 2019 survey focuses on observability, bringing DevOps engineers' insights ...

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GOOGLE’S AI PREDICTS LOCAL PRECIPITATION PATTERNS ‘INSTANTANEOUSLY’

VentureBeat | January 13, 2020

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Google hopes to tap AI and machine learning to make speedy local weather predictions. In a paper and accompanying blog post, the tech giant detailed an AI system that uses satellite images to produce “nearly instantaneous” and high-resolution forecasts — on average, with a roughly one kilometer resolution and a latency of only 5-10 minutes. The researchers behind it say it outperforms traditional models “even at these early stages of development.” The system takes a...

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VOLVO, AUTOLIV WILL JOINTLY DEVELOP AUTONOMOUS DRIVING SOFTWARE

Volvo IT | September 06, 2016

Chinese-owned Volvo Cars and the Swedish-based automotive safety group Autoliv Inc. said Tuesday that they were creating a jointly owned company to develop autonomous driving software....

Read More
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TESLA, JAGUAR, VOLVO LEAD CONSUMER SOFTWARE COMPLAINTS IN 2016

Volvo IT | May 24, 2016

Nobody likes a complainer. Nobody, that is, except for data companies and the federal government. Using a compilation of internal measures and info from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), J.D. Power's SafetyIQ program tracks consumer software complaints, no matter the reason. And it appears that 2016 won't be much better than last year in terms of finicky software....

Read More
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DEVOPS AND OBSERVABILITY IN THE 2020S

ZDNet | January 14, 2020

DevOps Pulse is an annual analysis of the DevOps industry, conducted by logz.io. Findings from the 2019 version have just been published, and we take the opportunity to share and comment on them with Tomer Levy, logz.io CEO. Levy co-founded logz.io in 2014 and has managed to raise about $100 million and build a team of 250 people to date, on the premise of offering an open-source based solution for log management. The 2019 survey focuses on observability, bringing DevOps engineers' insights ...

Read More
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GOOGLE’S AI PREDICTS LOCAL PRECIPITATION PATTERNS ‘INSTANTANEOUSLY’

VentureBeat | January 13, 2020

Google hopes to tap AI and machine learning to make speedy local weather predictions. In a paper and accompanying blog post, the tech giant detailed an AI system that uses satellite images to produce “nearly instantaneous” and high-resolution forecasts — on average, with a roughly one kilometer resolution and a latency of only 5-10 minutes. The researchers behind it say it outperforms traditional models “even at these early stages of development.” The system takes a...

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