Tesla hires MacBook Air designer for senior engineering role - Ars Technica UK

Tesla has been on quite the talent search of late. Last year it hired Peter Hochholdinger from Audi to oversee Model 3 production. It also hired Anders Bell—previously of Volvo—to take charge of designing interiors. On Tuesday, we learned that Apple ...

Tesla's head of autopilot departs as Elon Musk hires Apple engineer - Stuff.co.nz

Tesla Motors's head of Autopilot, the driver-assist system packaged with its Model S and Model X electric cars, has left the company as a top engineer from Apple joins as chief of software. Sterling Anderson, director of Autopilot programs since ...

Damn, Apple Is Losing a Lot of People [Updated] - Gizmodo

A spate of top engineers have left Apple for Tesla and other companies over the last few months. What's going on? On Tuesday, Tesla announced that it had hired Chris Lattner as its new Vice President of Autopilot Software. Lattner was at Apple for more ...

Tesla's autopilot head said to depart as Apple engineer hired - Livemint

San Francisco: Sterling Anderson, Tesla Motor Inc.'s director of autopilot programs since November 2015, has left the Palo Alto, California-based maker of electric cars, according to a person familiar with the matter. Tesla announced on Tuesday that it ...

No more will I tailor Swift: Code lang project lead leaving Apple - The Register

Chris Lattner, head of Apple's Swift and XCode, is heading for pastures new. He announced his move in a brief post to the Swift mailing list, saying only that he's leaving Apple “later this month to pursue an opportunity in another space”. That “other ...

The guy who created one of Apple's most beloved technologies is leaving Apple - Business Insider

Chris Lattner, the inventor of Apple's relatively new programming language called Swift, is leaving Apple, he announced on the Swift mailing list on Tuesday as spotted by MacStories' John Voorhees. Lattner didn't at first give a reason for his exit ...

Swift creator Chris Lattner leaves Apple to join Tesla - Inferse

Tesla hope to cash in on the huge software experience of Apple veteran Chris Lattner to make its enhanced Autopilot achieve full potential to reaching Level 5 autonomy by year-end. Tesla announced it has lured in a long-time Apple software veteran ...

Poaching talent: Tesla replaces Autopilot chief with one of Apple's best engineers - Tech Wire Asia

SOME high-profile HR shifts in the tech world are afoot as Bloomberg has just reported that Tesla Motors' Autopilot chief, the driver-assist system used in its Model S and Model X electric vehicles, has just left the company. Sterling Anderson, who has ...

Elon Musk Just Lured Away Another Apple Engineer to Tesla - Inverse

Elon Musk has been on a roll when it comes to Apple hires. Hours after the company announced it had hired Apple hotshot programmer Chris Lattner to head its autopilot division, it was reported that the Mac's senior director of design Matt Casebolt left ...

In Tesla-Apple poaching wars, Musk snags more talent - Silicon Valley Business Journal

A well-known product designer at Apple has taken a job designing Teslas, making it the second jump from Apple to the electric car company this week. Matt Casebolt left the Cupertino computer giant last month to work at Tesla as the senior director of ...

Tesla hires two more Apple executives - TheUSBport

Tesla gave a warm welcome to Chris Lattner, the creator of the Swift language, to its workforce yesterday. He is the second Apple worker that Tesla has grabbed this season. Matt Casebolt, a senior Mac engineer, also joined Musk's ranks last month ...

Tesla hires MacBook Air designer for senior engineering role - Ars Technica

Tesla has been on quite the talent search of late. Last year it hired Peter Hochholdinger from Audi to oversee Model 3 production. It also hired Anders Bell—previously of Volvo—to take charge of designing interiors. On Tuesday, we learned that Apple ...

Former Apple Exec Joins Tesla as VP of Autopilot Software - Motor Trend

Tesla and Apple have been known to poach each other's employees, so it's no surprise there's a new swap-out to report. Chris Lattner, former senior director for Apple's Developer Tools Department, has joined Tesla as chief of Autopilot Software.

Tesla Just Hired a Famous Apple Programmer to Run Autopilot - Inverse

Tesla has snapped up one of tech's best minds to front its autopilot efforts. Chris Lattner, who until recently was senior director of Apple's developer tools department, was announced on Tuesday as Tesla's new vice president of autopilot software ...

Apple's Product Vision May Be The Cause of Recent Departures - The Mac Observer (blog)

There's been some discussion recently about the father of Swift, Apple's Chris Lattner, leaving for Tesla. Why might this be? When I heard of this, my first reaction was possible connection with the Haskell language and Tesla's interest in secure software.

Damn, Apple Is Losing A Lot Of People To Tesla - Gizmodo Australia

A spate of top engineers have left Apple for Tesla and other companies over the last few months. What's going on? Image: AP. On Tuesday, Tesla announced that it had hired Chris Lattner as its new Vice President of Autopilot Software. Lattner was at ...

Apple's Swift Maker Chris Lattner Exits - Socpedia

Many changes have been taking place in Apple since a year. Its sales have dramatically fallen in the last quarter of 2016. Its iOS updates have not gone bugfree. And with these incidents happening around, the last thing that Apple wants is the exit of ...

Tesla's big hire may mean more competition for Apple and Google - Business Insider

This is a complimentary article from BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium subscription service for business professionals. Learn More >>. Does Tesla want to develop a connected-car platform to challenge Apple CarPlay and Google's Android Auto?

Tesla Hires Apple Veteran To Run Autopilot Team - Jalopnik

Just days after Tesla announced 1,000 owners can use the latest version of the automaker's Autopilot feature, the company said Wednesday that it poached an Apple veteran to head the Autopilot engineering team, and he's tasked with “accelerat[ing] the ...

Tesla Hires Apple Director of Product Design Matt Casebolt - iClarified

Just a day ago we discovered that Tesla nabbed Chris Lattner to lead its Autopilot engineering team. Today, we learn that Matt Casebolt, a key designer behind the MacBook Air, Mac Pro, and MacBook Pro with TouchBar is also leaving Apple for Tesla.