World Economic Forum and the end of private cars

The era of cars as the ultimate tool for personal freedom and mobility will, if the future the World Economic Forum (WEF) envisions comes to pass, soon be over. Cars will be something you ask to borrow and the cloud will be taking the wheel.

Speaking in Davos, Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon said, “the car is becoming a connected computer on wheels.” Like cell phones, he said, “everything around us is becoming connected intelligence.”

The automotive industry is becoming part of the “industrial to digital transformation,” Amon said. “The technology transformation in the industry is electrification and is digital.”

Increasingly, car makers are partnering with tech companies like Qualcomm and IBM.

Read more: World Economic Forum and the end of private cars

Read more Lastest News at

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Previous post Pia Wurtzbach shares story behind her iconic royal blue gown at Miss Universe 2015 pageant
Next post Leon Barretto hopes to reconcile with dad Dennis Padilla