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Jack Weast

Jack Weast

Jack Weast, Principal Engineer & Chief Architect of Autonomous Driving Solutions, Intel / USA:
Jack Weast is an industry recognized innovator and change agent in the adoption of modern Information Technologies in non-IT industries. Jack is the co-author of UPnP: Design By Example, is the holder of numerous patents with dozens pending, and is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Portland State University.
RECENT BLOG POSTS

Building Trust in Connected Vehicles: Active Safety Systems Must Converge with In-Vehicle Infotainment

This is the third in a series of blog posts based on Intel research into human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for connected driving. Read the first and second in this series. In my previous articles, I’ve written about why it’s so important … Read more >

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Building Trust Between Human and Machine on the Road to Connected Vehicles

It’s a tremendously exciting time to work in smart and connected transportation. Connected vehicles are redefining our relationship with automobiles, and the promise of fully connected driving—zero accidents, less pollution, greater mobility, more productivity—is thrilling. Yet there is a growing … Read more >

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Meet the Future of Driving: High Performance In-Vehicle Compute with Headroom to Grow

It’s truly an exciting time for in-vehicle computing. What started with parking assist and rearview cameras has evolved into lane departure warning and dynamic cruise control, requiring more intelligence and compute in the vehicle. Each step toward the vision of … Read more >

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