Stellantis acquires CloudMade’s AI tech to support vehicle software development

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MILAN (Reuters) – Stellantis has acquired the artificial intelligence framework, machine learning models and intellectual property rights and patents of British IT company CloudMade, the group said on Wednesday. The World’s third largest automaker said the deal would support its long-term software strategy and help with the mid-term development of its STLA SmartCockpit, one of three technology platforms Stellantis is deploying, aimed at digitally integrating vehicles and drivers. As mobility moves towards electrification, software is becoming an increasingly relevant part of vehicles’ value an…

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