News and Articles About Driverless Cars
More people are warming up to letting robots take the wheel. How about you?
Truck yeah. Daimler went big, bold and driverless last night, debuting America's first street-legal self-driving commercial freightliner on the Hoover Dam.
While self-driving cars could eventually improve driving conditions overall, the expectation of zero fatalities is not realistic, a new report says.
The car navigated through mountains, heat, traffic jams, trucks, road construction and even tumbleweed.
The bumper-like feature would ostensibly protect pedestrians in the event of an accident.
Are fully autonomous, 'driverless' cars within grasp? A new Mercedes-Benz prototype shows the possibilities.
The promise of autonomous vehicles is becoming a talking point for opponents of mass transit systems.
Experts are concerned that new industry technology could be susceptible to sinister cybercriminal activity.
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San Francisco-based Cruise Automation has created a new gadget that gives any car self-driving capabilities.
The country is following in the footsteps of Japan, Sweden and the United States, which have all sanctioned public tests for the burgeoning tech.
The new technology could make auto accidents history and lower insurance bills. Yet lobbyists and politicians may champion individualism and resist a ban of traditional vehicles.
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