Google’s Waymo self-driving car group have stopped developing features that require drivers to take control in dangerous situations, as autopilot-reliant drivers
“It’s hard to program in human stupidity”. With that frank assessment, a Toyota AV specialist described a high hurdle to the deployment of self-driving cars:
As we reported last week, Apple have got permission from the State of California to test autonomous car technology in the state.
The autonomous-vehicle push has brought forth innovation after innovation, with no end in sight.
Uber say they won’t comply with a California DMV, Department of Motor Vehicles demand that they cease operating autonomous vehicles
Autonomobiles are supposed to take away the uncertainty and conflict arising from imperfect human drivers. But it’s increasingly clear that self-driving cars’ traffic manners,
Forty talented engineers from Google, Apple, Tesla, Cruise Automation, and other tech heavies have formed Otto, a new company seeking to bring about the age
Up to now, the U.S. traffic safety authority has considered a car without a human driver unroadworthy, effectively limiting fully autonomous driving to research
It isn’t clear whether Ford would design a purpose-built vehicle for Google or supply a standard production car fitted with the sensors and computers that the car needs to guide itself down the road.
Noted vehicle industry commentator and marketing veteran Bertel Schmitt has a post up discussing the views of Toyota’s new Self-Drive Czar on how autonomous