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Lina Karam led an ASU-Intel collaboration to define and develop the next generation of safe and efficient autonomous vehicles, an initiative that led to establishing Arizona’s Institute of Automated Mobility.

She is working with both the Society of Automotive Engineers and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers to ensure that the technologies and communications systems are standardized and that autonomous vehicles can communicate with each other and roadway systems.

Karam, a professor of electrical engineering, has collaborated on computer vision, machine learning, image and video processing, compression and transmission with ipartners that include Intel, Google, Qualcomm, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Motorola, General Dynamics and NASA.

Karam is editor-in-chief of the IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing.

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As we're moving more and more towards an all AV world, [an] autonomous vehicle world, we need to think about how we design our infrastructure. Typically, infrastructure has a life span, 30-50 years, so you need to plan the next infrastructure and how can you do it and how autonomous vehicles are going to change infrastructure.

— Lina Karam, Fox 10 News