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18th May 2018

Hey Bot, what do you know about reasonable driving behaviour?

The ethical challenges of AI in a driverless future, investigated by Eric Volkman. It’s a science-fiction trope as old as the genre itself – a sentient machine (robot, spacecraft,...

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18th May 2018

Mobileye Inks Deal to Supply Automation for 8M Cars

In one of its biggest deals to date, Intel's Mobileye division will supply automation and ADAS technology to 8 million vehicles.

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18th May 2018

Ride-sharing services have a wide-open future, says Vulog

There’s not yet a winning model for ride-sharing schemes, Vulog’s Alex Thibault told Susan Kuchinskas. Which entities are best-suited to deploy, operate and profit from ride-sharing services? Many more...

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18th May 2018

Maps must reflect real-time in a driverless world, says TomTom

Coming autonomous technology challenge current navigation systems, TomTom’s Antoine Saucier tells Paul Myles. In common with many drivers, I have pitted my smartphone’s satellite navigation against the dashboard fitted...

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17th May 2018

Laird’s MAX Connected Car Platform Offers Linux Security

Laird's MAX platform is the company's latest effort to bring itself deeper into the connected car market through a combination of security and open source technology.

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17th May 2018

Connected Car Delays Come Under Fire at NHTSA Hearing

During a Senate confirmation hearing, Heidi King, who has been nominated to lead the NHTSA, faced tough questions about preparing the country for connected and autonomous vehicles, as well...

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16th May 2018

Nissan Expands ProPilot ADAS Platform to More Vehicles

Nissan's ProPilot ADAS platform helps keep drivers in their lane and maintain safe distances from other vehicles in various traffic scenarios. The company is now expanding the program to...

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16th May 2018

Audi Puts the Brakes on Traffic Jam Pilot in US

Audi's Traffic Jam Pilot offers Level 3 autonomy but the company is reportedly not going to offer the technology in the US.

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15th May 2018

Gallop: Americans Not Sold on Self-Driving Cars’ Benefits

A Gallup poll of 1,500 US residents found that while Americans are wedded to their cars, they're not yet ready to give up control behind the wheel.

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15th May 2018

In-Car Ethernet Speeds Up Autonomy Support

In-car Ethernet might lack the marketing appeal of AI or Lidar, but it's an essential component of connected and autonomous vehicles. Here's a look at why.

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14th May 2018

DiDi Research Gains Approval for AV Tests on California Roads

DiDi joins its Chinese rivals and a host of other OEMs and tech companies in the race to develop self-driving vehicles.

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14th May 2018

5G Roars Ahead Thanks to NTT DoCoMo Race-Car Trials

In Japan, NTT DoCoMo is pushing the boundaries of car connectivity with 5G field trials that include vehicle's traveling over 100mph.

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