Autonomous driving is the future of ground transportation. But, the new technology still has a long way to go in terms of safety.
That’s why Hebrew University Professor Amnon Shashua created Mobileye. His groundbreaking computer vision algorithms that enable cars to detect people and objects formed the technology behind Mobileye, and stand to drastically reduce the number of accidents in both driver-operated and autonomous vehicles.
Integrating research capability and technological vision, Mobileye makes it possible to drive safely and save lives. EyeQ®, Mobileye’s System-on-Chip, provides real-time visual recognition and scene interpretation for cars and trucks, preventing accidents and saving countless lives every day.
This is just one example of the work you fund when you give to American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Learn more about Hebrew University’s groundbreaking work in autonomous driving, technology, agriculture, medicine, internet security, and more today.