As some time ago, many of you had visited one of our articles about one of the last videos of the channel Bloomberg Technology, we are doing it again today because we know how much it makes you happy. That's why we're writing this article today, because we already know that it will arouse your interest.
Indeed, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Technology has decided today to post a new video which is called "Hyundai's Brand New AI Institute". Of course, you can now find it in full playback on our site for your greatest pleasure!
Many people have been talking about this new video for several hours on social networks and it has also generated many comments on the forums found on the web. Moreover, the Youtube channel Bloomberg Technology is not new to publishing a video that is causing a stir. We know that you are often very interested in this type of content.
Thanks to the Internet, it's easy to talk to videographers and ask them any question you have in mind, or even give them criticism (constructive criticism, please!). When you want to send a little note to a content creator on the internet, most of the time you simply use his email address! You can get it by going to their Youtube page, "About" section. But be careful, not all of them read their mailbox, in that case use Twitter.
Normally, if you are still reading this article, it means that the video Hyundai's Brand New AI Institute must have pleased you and that we did not make a mistake in encouraging you to watch it. We keep our fingers crossed that you will come back to Croblanc very soon to follow the next videos of Bloomberg Technology, think of going also to Youtube to find other exclusive contents.
And here it is already finished, we will see you very soon on Croblanc for a new article. Kisses, kisses, kisses!
For your information, you can find below the description of the video Hyundai's Brand New AI Institute published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Technology:
Boston Dynamics AI Institute Executive Director Marc Raibert joins Emily Chang to discuss their work with Hyundai and their $400 million investment to set up the Institute, and discuss the state of artificial intelligence and robotics development.