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Brian Krzanich - Intel
As Waymo's self-driving technology becomes smarter and more capable, its high-performance hardware and software will require even more powerful and efficient compute. Intel's collaboration with Waymo ensures Intel will continue its leading role in helping realize the promise of autonomous driving and a safer, collision-free future.feedback
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Sep 19 2017
In this page you'll find all points of view published about Waymo. You'll find 71 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. The 4 people who have been quoted more about Waymo are: John Krafcik, Johnny Luu, Padmasree Warrior and Brian Krzanich. John Krafcik specifically said: “As the most advanced vehicles on the road today, our self-driving cars require the highest-performance computers to make safe driving decisions in real time. Intel's technology supports the advanced processing inside our vehicles, with the ability to manufacture to meet Waymo's needs at scale.”.
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Nathaniel Fairfield - Google

People have this curve where they go from somewhat unreasonable but plausible distrust to way, way overconfidence.feedback

Bryan Thomas - National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Not all systems can do all things. There are driving scenarios that automatic emergency braking systems are not designed to address.feedback

Wesley Lebeau

The real concern is whether the Commission will manage to force Google to change its business model, its algorithms in a way that could be detrimental to the business. Search engine is still about 60 percent of Alphabet's valuation so that is a big deal, even though the drivers for future growth are YouTube and all the Alphabet companies -- Waymo, NEST, Verily.feedback

Chris Agnew - MKM Partners

You've got to have hubs to locate and organize these vehicles and turn them around, and you've got to have the ability to do that and do it at scale and cost effectively. Why would somebody want to develop that from the ground up?feedback

Kate Bischoff

This is certainly a part of the workplace culture: toe stepping, don't be afraid to get in people's faces. Oh, we should hire the guy from Waymo' – that's not something outside the realm of possibility when you've created a culture that wants to ride the line.feedback

Karl Brauer

Apple appears to be taking the same route as Waymo/Google, which is to focus on the technology of self-driving cars while leaving vehicle production to established automakers. This puts Apple and Google in direct competition, again. Are we looking at a future with two major autonomous vehicle systems just as we currently have two major smartphone systems? The answer seems to be 'yes.feedback

Jaime Waydo

Now that we're moved to our next phase - letting members of the public use of self-driving cars in their daily lives - we're ready to retire our fleet of Fireflies and focus on integrating our latest technology into vehicles like our new self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivan...Firefly has taken us on an incredible journey over the last three years, and we're looking forward to sharing this bit of self-driving history with the world.feedback

Sally Yoo - Uber

While we have respected your personal liberties, it is our view that the Court's Order requires us to make these demands of you. Footnote 9 of the Order specifically states that 'in complying with this order, Uber has no excuse under the Fifth Amendment to pull any punches as to Levandowski.feedback

Adam Jonas - Morgan Stanley & Co. International

If we assume that Waymo can grow to ~1% of global miles driven by 2030 (based on a fleet of ~3mn cars each driving ~65k miles/year) and that Waymo can generate on average ~$1.25 in revenue per mile driven, it implies a ~$70bn Waymo enterprise value. More miles/year and revenue/mile could lead to an enterprise value of ~$140bn.feedback

Brian Nowak

Waymo is a potential spin-out candidate (over time) and our scenario analysis shows how Waymo could be worth $70bn+...adding ~12%+ to GOOGL's current EV [enterprise value]. We do not believe Waymo or any of the 'Other Bets' are currently being reflected in GOOGL's share price.feedback

William Alsup

In complying with this order, Uber has no excuse under the Fifth Amendment to pull any punches as to Levandowski.feedback

William Alsup

If Uber were to threaten Levandowski with termination for noncompliance, that threat would be backed up by only Uber's power as a private employer. Levandowski would remain free to forfeit his private employment to preserve his Fifth Amendment privilege.feedback

Sally Yoo - Uber

If you do not agree to comply with all of the requirements set forth herein, or if you fail to comply in a material manner, then Uber will take adverse employment action against you, which may include termination of your employment and such termination would be for Cause. While we have respected your personal liberties, it is our view that the Court's Order requires us to make these demands of you. Footnote 9 of the Order specifically states that 'in complying with this order, Uber has no excuse under the Fifth Amendment to pull any punches as to Levandowski.feedback

Salle Yoo - Uber

If you do not agree to comply with all of the requirements set forth herein, or if you fail to comply in a material manner, then Uber will take adverse employment action against you, which may include termination of your employment and such termination would be for Cause.feedback

Mike Isaac

But the relationship crumbled as the two companies' paths converged. Google began testing its own car-pooling service inside Waze, a mapping app it owns.feedback

Carol Tobias - National Right to Life

I think it's pretty clear that he sees it for the plaintiffs as opposed to defendants.feedback

Adam Jonas - Morgan Stanley & Co. International

There have been numerous developments that suggest to us the continued preparation of an assault by large tech firms on the market for shared, autonomous, electric mobility.feedback

Niki Christoff - Uber

We are pleased with the court's ruling that Uber can continue building and utilizing all of its self-driving technology, including our innovation around LiDar.feedback

Johnny Luu - Alphabet

Competition should be fueled by innovation in the labs and on the roads, not through unlawful actions. We welcome the order to prohibit Uber's use of stolen documents containing trade secrets developed by Waymo through years of research, and to formally bar Mr. Levandowski from working on the technology.feedback

Carl Tobias Williams

It is very rare for a judge to refer a matter over to the U.S. attorney and signals the judge's displeasure with Uber in the trade secrets civil lawsuit.feedback

John Leonard

But maybe it's kind of like a decentralized space race. Like Sputnik, but between the traditional car companies and their suppliers versus tech companies and their startups.feedback

Chris Brewer - Ford Motor

Come to think about it, who better to develop a self-driving car than a company that's been making cars for more than 100 years?feedback

Steve Kenner - Apple

The company is investing heavily in the study of machine learning and automation.feedback

Johnny Luu - Alphabet

This was a desperate bid by Uber to avoid the court's jurisdiction. We welcome the court's decision today, and we look forward to holding Uber responsible in court for its misconduct.feedback

Niki Christoff - Uber

We remain confident in our case and welcome the chance to talk about our independently developed technology in any forum.feedback

Anthony Levandowski

We should all be proud that our self-driving technology has been built independently, from the ground up. With this move, I hope to keep the team focused on achieving the vision that brought us all here.feedback

Larry Page

The new structure has helped entrepreneurs build and run companies with the autonomy and speed they need. We have streamlined efforts where it made sense and in other areas we have seen places to double down. I also think we have learned a lot about how to set up new companies with a structure for success. Our recent launch of Waymo was a great example of our learnings.feedback

Michael Carrier

Assuming a successful suit, Waymo could get damages for the period AL was involved. If the purloined documents are still accessible to, and can be implemented by, the rest of the team, his recusal makes no difference.feedback

Angella Padilla

Waymo's injunction motion is a misfire: there is no evidence that any of the 14,000 files in question ever touched Uber's servers, and Waymo's assertion that our multi-lens LIDAR is the same as their single-lens LIDAR is clearly false. If Waymo genuinely thought that Uber was using its secrets, it would not have waited more than five months to seek an injunction. Waymo doesn't meet the high bar for an injunction, which would stifle our independent innovation – probably Waymo's goal in the first place.feedback

Johnny Luu - Alphabet

Uber's assertion that they've never touched the 14,000 stolen files is disingenuous at best, given their refusal to look in the most obvious place: the computers and devices owned by the head of their self-driving program.feedback

Richard Windsor

Google is 5,000 times better than Uber at autonomous driving. Although Google is suing Uber for the alleged theft of its lidar design, it does not seem to have helped Uber much as it appears to be by far the worst at autonomous driving. This is still the case when one includes the regular car companies that most people have written off as having very little to offer in the new world of digital and autonomous cars.feedback

Richard Windsor

Regulations in California require those that test in the state to submit this data but typically, they all submit it in different ways. There are also different types of disengagement such as when the car is going to hit something (critical) or when the safety driver feels uncomfortable (ordinary). Furthermore, companies test their cars in different conditions, meaning the data can really only be used as an indication. However, the contrasts are so stark that we think that meaningful conclusions can be drawn about how advanced the autonomous driving solutions from different players really are.feedback

Travis Kalanick - Uber

Then the person who is in first, or the entity that's in first, then rolls out a ride-sharing network that is far cheaper or far higher-quality than Uber's, then Uber is no longer a thing.feedback

Arturo Gonzalez

At least it's not in the public where it's going to be in the front page of The New York Times the next day.feedback

Arturo Gonzalez

We intend to file permission to file arbitration within two weeks.feedback

Padmasree Warrior - NextEV

Our mission is very different. Google could potentially be a partner, they could be a customer for us. We are changing everything from the design of the car, the interior of the car. NIO Eve was actually designed inside out – we did the interior first and then the outside of the car, so it's a very different thinking. We are changing, for example, the network in the car so it acts more like the internet experience that you're used to. Most cars today have a network that is more like a dial-up modem and we need to bring that forward to bring it into the internet age.feedback

Padmasree Warrior - NextEV

Our target is really ownership – we are targeting people that have to commute. We call this autonomous vehicle a living space that moves you, so you can work in it, you can sleep in it, you can be entertained in it, that's the model we are going after.feedback

Padmasree Warrior - NextEV

There is a 40 percent in divorce rates if one spouse commutes more than 45 minutes each way.feedback

Pierre-Yves Droz - Google

He also told me that he planned to 'replicate' this Waymo technology at his new company. We were having dinner at a restaurant near the office, and he told me that it would be nice to create a new self-driving car startup and that Uber would be interested in buying the team responsible for the LiDAR we were developing at Google.feedback

Courtland Reichman

The circumstances of this case are such that why wouldn't you want your stuff out of Uber's hands while this case is pending. If this is such a big deal, as Google says it is, then why wouldn't they ? These are big companies locked into a big battle. They are going to fight.feedback

Johnny Luu - Alphabet

Competition should be fueled by innovation in the labs and on the roads, not through unlawful actions. Given the strong evidence we have, we are asking the court step in to protect intellectual property developed by our engineers over thousands of hours and to prevent any use of that stolen IP.feedback

Pierre-Yves Droz - Google

We were having dinner at a restaurant near the office, and [Levandowski] told me that it would be nice to create a new self-driving car startup and that Uber would be interested in buying the team responsible for the LiDAR we were developing at Google. The growth, profitability, and even survival of individual companies will likely be determined by what happens in the next few years.feedback

Raj Rajkumar - Carnegie

This is likely a realization that Ford is behind relative to companies like GM, Audi, Volvo, Waymo and Uber, and is trying to catch up.feedback

Mark Fields - Ford Motor Company

There's a war for talent out there. While we have the majority, we're giving a significant chunk to Bryan and Peter and the employees so they can be competitive with the other startups in this space.feedback

Michael Ramsey

This is just more evidence of the gulf between Waymo and all other companies in terms of testing and execution of self-driving systems.feedback

John Krafcik

Well, we're serious about creating fully self-driving cars that can help millions of people, and to do that we have to oversee both the self-driving software and the self-driving hardware.feedback

John Krafcik

Our latest innovations have brought us closer to scaling our technology to potentially millions of people every day.feedback

John Krafcik

A single integrated system means that all the different parts of a self-driving car work together seamlessly.feedback

Sergio Marchionne - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

As consumers' transportation needs evolve, strategic collaborations such as this one are vital to promoting a culture of innovation, safety, and technology. Our partnership with Waymo enables FCA to directly address the opportunities and challenges the automotive industry faces as we quickly approach a future where fully self-driving vehicles are very much a part of our daily lives.feedback

John Krafcik

With this great new minivan on the road in our test markets, we'll learn how people of all ages, shapes, and group sizes experience our fully self-driving technology. Today, we're sharing a first look at the completed vehicles, equipped with our latest Waymo self-driving technology, including our suite of updated sensors, all-new computer and other major system updates.feedback

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