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Xiaolei Li, First Place winner of the Qualcomm LTE IoT Application Development Contest
An in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) system is a collection of hardware and software modules installed in a vehicle that provides digital information systems and entertainment functionality. Over the last 20 years, in-vehicle infotainment has evolved from analog to digital systems, to touch screens and connectivity, and now to smart, configurable high-definition displays.
Machine learning (ML) is a method of artificial intelligence (AI) in which data is used to train a machine so that it can make decisions or predictions on its own.
Qualcomm Developer Network February 2019 Developer of the Month is Jose Evangelista Terrabuio Junior who is the Head of Innovation at Beenoculus in Brazil. He’s been a developer for over 20 years with experience in embedded hardware, extended reality (XR), 360 ° camera rigs, cinematic virtual reality (VR), and immersive educational technologies.
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