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  • We’re proud to be part of the self-driving revolution & committed to delivering vehicles that will change the world. #FordCareers

    What it Takes to be a Self-Driving Leader - Ford Motor Company - Medium

    By Raj Nair, Executive Vice President, Product Development, and CTO, Ford Motor Company There is no question that self-driving cars are in our collective future. They represent a transformative shift in transportation that will, in turn, drive a transformation of the world in which we live.

  • “The use of technology is growing exponentially among young people, yet it’s become increasingly difficult to attract them to technology-related educational programs,” says Marcy Klevorn, Ford group vice president, information technology, and chief i

    Ford Joins Kode With Klossy, Igniting Movement to Educate Young Women in Computer Science, Coding

    With the U.S. Bureau of Statistics projecting jobs in science, technology, engineering and math fields will grow to more than 9 million by 2022, Ford is joining with Kode With Klossy to expand offerings of its free, two-week summer coding camps for girls.

  • Want the inside scoop on driverless cars? Meet Ford’s chief autonomous vehicles engineer who explains what's been impacting the technology … and the results may be shocking!

    Ford's chief engineer for driverless cars reveals 3 big issues holding back the technology

    Jackie DiMarco, Ford's chief autonomous vehicles engineer, has been at Ford for 21 years. Before switching her focus to Ford's self-driving-car ambitions, DiMarco oversaw several core projects at the company. Most notably, she was behind the launch of the six-cylinder "EcoBoost" turbocharged engine in the F-150.

  • With great minds come great success, and it’s no different at Ford. Find out why recruiting brilliant talent is top of mind in order to grow as a company.

    Ford has invested millions in startups to recruit talent - and it has no plans of slowing down

    Ford is changing its recruiting approach to acquire more talent specializing in artificial intelligence at a time where the talent pool is growing thin. In February, Ford invested $1 billion in Argo AI, a secretive AI startup founded by former Google and Uber execs.

  • On-the-Go H2O was developed by Ford engineers Doug Martin and John Rollinger. The pair brought the concept to life after an idea struck: what if cars could be a source of water? The system collects condensation from vehicle air conditioners, then fil

    Ford Motor Company Invention is Finalist for Fast Company 2017 World Changing Ideas Award

    Ford Motor Company is a global automotive and mobility company based in Dearborn, Michigan. With about 201,000 employees and 62 plants worldwide, the company's core business includes designing, manufacturing, marketing and servicing a full line of Ford cars, trucks and SUVs, as well as Lincoln luxury vehicles.

  • "If you have smart people, you have a chance to win. And if you don’t, you won’t." - Bill Ford

    We're in an 'arms race' for smart people: Bill Ford

    CLOSE AUSTIN - The frenetic race to develop autonomous vehicles features a lot of bold claims, management wooing and screaming headlines. Sleep while your car drives! Come work for us and change the world! Technology secrets stolen! Sounds like déjà vu to Bill Ford, chairman of Ford Motor and great-grandson of Henry Ford.

  • Ford is changing the way it recruits, looking at non-traditional candidates to complement its core talent.

    Technology race drives automotive hiring

    It takes Victoria Schein, a 23-year-old research engineer, about six minutes to bike to work the two miles from her Dearborn apartment to Ford's Research and Innovation Center. Schein, who studied engineering and studio art at Smith College in Massachusetts, doesn't need a car to get where she needs to go.

  • Congratulations to Ford's Reates Curry for making Business Insider's most powerful female engineers list. #FordCareers #FordEmployees

    The 43 most powerful female engineers of 2017

    In honor of National Engineers Week (February 19-25), we bring you our annual shout-out to the most powerful women engineers in US tech. Yes, the tech industry is doing a well-documented terrible job in attracting women into engineering. And once they enter this male-dominated world, some women are subject to some appalling sexism and sexual harassment.

  • Ford is committed to making all people’s lives better. See how our newly launched program is helping adults living with autism gain valuable skills while bringing a unique set of talent to the workplace. #FordCareers

    Autism in the Workplace: A Look at a Program at Ford Giving Adults

    A joint effort by Ford and the Autism Alliance of Michigan to employ adults with autism has proved to

  • We’re investing $1B during the next 5 years in a new artificial intelligence software company, Argo AI.

    Ford Invests in Argo AI: An Innovative Partnership on the Road to Autonomy

    Today, we're announcing our plan to invest $1 billion during the next five years in a new artificial intelligence software company, Argo AI. Last August, we shared our intent to deliver a fully autonomous, SAE level 4-capable vehicle in 2021. We've made significant progress and are on track to achieve our goal.

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