Huawei, the worldwide innovation pioneer, has become the very first mobile phone producer on the planet to utilize an AI-powered cell phone to operate a car. The ‘RoadReader’ venture pushes the limits of Huawei’s object recognition technology and puts the learning abilities, speed and execution of its AI-powered gadgets to the test.

Not at all like other driverless vehicles (which essentially just recognize hindrances) Huawei has changed a Porsche Panamera into a driverless vehicle that doesn’t simply observe, however critically, comprehends its environment. This means that it would be able to recognize 1,000s of various items including a cat and a dog, a ball or a bicycle and figure out how to take the most optimal action.

Huawei’s ‘RoadReader’ venture is exploiting the AI capacities already available in the Huawei Mate 10 Pro. The gadget utilizes AI to automatically perceive objects like cats, dogs, food, and other various items, to enable individuals to take pictures like a professional.

Most autonomous cars being created currently depend on the processing power of purpose-built chips created by outsider innovation suppliers. Be that as it may, as a feature of its continuous mission to make the outlandish conceivable, Huawei has used technology already accessible in its mobiles, showing off its better functionality and capacity to challenge even the most progressive tech in development for self-driving cars.

“Our smartphone is already outstanding at object recognition. We wanted to see if in a short space of time we could teach it to not only drive a car, but to use its AI capabilities to see certain objects, and be taught to avoid them” said Andrew Garrihy, Chief Marketing Officer, Huawei Western Europe. “If our technology is intelligent enough to achieve this in just 5 weeks – what else can it make possible?”

Huawei will be showcasing the RoadReader project and the vehicle’s capabilities at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (MWC) from 26th February to 1st March 2018

Huawei, the worldwide innovation pioneer, has become the very first mobile phone producer on the planet to utilize an AI-powered cell phone to operate a car. The ‘RoadReader’ venture pushes the limits of Huawei’s object recognition technology and puts the learning abilities, speed and execution of its AI-powered gadgets to the test.