News and Articles About Self-Driving Cars
McKinsey's in-house think tank compiled a cheat sheet for the future of tech.
The automated vehicles have been hit by human drivers a total of 14 times since testing began in 2009, according to project director Chris Urmson.
Luckily for us they will have safety drivers on board.
The hereditary leader of Ford Motor Co. sees cars dominating the suburbs for a long time but crowded cities will drive innovation in how we get around.
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Never mind those dreams of using a handheld device to steer your car from the back seat, James Bond-style -- the real purpose of remote control may be to get your vehicle past a muddy trench.
More people are warming up to letting robots take the wheel. How about you?
In a wide-ranging interview, CEO Mark Fields talked about his strategy and plans to deal with challenges from Google, Uber and ... China.
The autonomous cars will drive on public roads in California starting this summer.
Four of the 48 autonomous cars on the streets of the Golden State have gotten into fender-benders.
Truck yeah. Daimler went big, bold and driverless last night, debuting America's first street-legal self-driving commercial freightliner on the Hoover Dam.
The Dutch navigation company's automotive division has won big contracts in recent months, prompting analyst upgrades and a 40 percent surge in its shares.
Or bring a barf bag along for the ride. If the results of this new study prove right, you might need one, partner.
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.