All articles by Stu Robarts

Stu Robarts

Stu is editor for Thematic Intelligence at GlobalData, overseeing news and features that cover the major themes affecting industries.

Nvidia: who is using the AI chips made by the world’s most valuable company?

Nvidia has grown from a company making graphics cards for gamers into a tech giant powering AI across a host of industries.

Did carmakers underestimate the difficulty of autonomous driving?

Industry experts give their thoughts on recent suggestions that autonomous driving may be harder to achieve than first expected.

Autonomous vehicle insurance policies to be ‘radically different’ – report

GlobalData’s Autonomous Vehicles in Insurance report asserts that liaibility will shift from drivers to other at-fault parties.

Knowledge sharing puts finance sector among best for cybersecurity – expert

Richard Hummel, NetScout’s threat intelligence lead, points to FS-ISAC as a model of good knowledge sharing for cybersecurity.

What are the implications of autonomous driving for car insurance?

Assuming fully autonomous driving is achieved, it is likely to reshape motor insurance models and stakeholder relationships.

Q&A: has AI hit a tipping point, and how will it affect fleet management?

Wialon head Aliaksandr Kuushynau discusses the future of AI for fleet management in the industry, the benefits and the challenges.

How China’s EV battery tech is cementing it as the auto industry leader

China is already a dominant force in the EV industry, and its work on solid-state batteries will strengthen its position.

COP28 podcast: max 1.5°C temperature rise limit now ‘not possible’

Andrew Griffiths, a director at Planet Mark, suggests that minimising and bringing back down overshoot should now become the priority.