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Tesla's Musk Says New Autopilot Likely Would Have Prevented Death

The update will be available within a week or two through an 'over-the-air' software update.

Reuters

This Startup Aims to Make Sure Driverless Cars Don't Run You Over

Drive.ai's digital signs will let pedestrians know when it's safe to cross in front of the car.

Tom Brant

Ford And Baidu Invest US$ 150 Million In LiDAR Tech For Autonomous Cars

With American car manufacturer Ford and Chinese search engine giant Baidu working on their self-driving technology, they also know when it's time they take in help.

First Driverless Taxi Hits the Streets of Singapore

Developer nuTonomy invited a select group of people to download their app and ride for free in its 'robo-taxi.'

Reuters

These Companies Are Building an Autonomous Car Platform

Carmakers can add the Central Sensing Localization and Planning (CSLP) platform to vehicles as early as 2019.

Self-Driving Ubers to Pick Up Pittsburgh Passengers 'Soon'

The ride-sharing service will start operating self-driving cars this month.

Stephanie Mlot

Volvo and Uber Team Up to Develop Self-Driving Cars

Volvo has agreed to a $300 million alliance with Uber to develop self-driving cars.

Reuters

Ford Doubling Silicon Valley Workforce in Push Toward Self-Driving Cars

The Michigan-based automaker announced plans to accelerate its development of self-driving cars, as it races to keep up with its traditional competitors and technology companies alike.

Phil LeBeau

Tesla Just Removed 'Autopilot From Chinese Website -- Here's Why

A driver crashed earlier this month while on a commuter highway after the car failed to avoid a vehicle parked on the left side, partially in the roadway, damaging both cars but causing no injuries.

Reuters

Are Self-Driving Cars Good For Insurance?

"If you're hoping to to shave down your premiums, buying an automated vehicle might not be the right move."

Bhavik Sarkhedi

'Self-Driving' in Spotlight Again as China Sees First Tesla Autopilot Crash

Tesla said on Wednesday that one of its cars had crashed in Beijing while in 'autopilot' mode, with the driver contending sales staff sold the function as 'self-driving,' overplaying its actual capabilities.

Reuters