Cybersecurity In Self-Driving Cars: U-M Releases Threat Identification Tool

This story was originally published on MITechNews.com on January 4, 2018. Click here to view the original publication of this story as it appears on MITechNews.com. Instead of taking you home from work,…

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2017 MICHauto Summit Features New Data, Automobility Career Perception Survey Results And New Online Publication

This article was originally published on DetroitChamber.com, the website for the Detroit Regional Chamber, on December 5, 2017. Click here to view the original news release publication on DetroitChamber.com. Recently, MICHauto…

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WCC To Showcase Mobility/Intelligent Transportation Systems Training At 2018 North American International Auto Show

Washtenaw Community College is playing a key role to create the talent pipeline necessary for southeast Michigan to be the epicenter of the autonomous and connected vehicle world and mobility…

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Report: Tech And Workforce Investments Needed To Keep Michigan A “Manufacturing Powerhouse”

This story was published on MichiganRadio.org for a program called The Next Idea(Michigan Radio’s project devoted to new innovations and ideas that will change our state) on November 20, 2017. Click here…

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To Get Self-Driving Cars Up To Speed, Engineers And IT Workers Need More Training

This article originally appeared on Industry Week. Technology can only get from the idea stage to development—and eventually, mass production—with the workforce to design the architecture and write the code. The…

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