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16th February 2018

Massachusetts, Indiana Ramp Up Self-Driving Vehicle Debates

The Bay State and the Hoosier State are looking closely at regulations and legislation that could lead to self-driving vehicles, with an emphasis on safely.

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16th February 2018

Uber’s Rebound CEO Romances the Financial Community

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi is promising the company will start making up with its financial backers, its customers and the world at large following a rocky relationship in 2017.

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15th February 2018

Connected Cars Make Drivers Feel Safer, but More Distracted

An Esurance survey of more than 1,000 US car owners finds that most aren't willing to turn over the wheel to self-driving vehicles right now. The report also notes...

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15th February 2018

Uber Losing Billions as It Eyes Self-Driving Future

In an unusual move, Uber confirmed some of its internal financial figures this week, which showed the ride-sharing company lost $4.5 billion in 2017. The numbers also show how...

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14th February 2018

Consumer Group Slams US Senate’s Autonomous Vehicle Bill

This week, Consumer Watchdog sent a letter to the US Senate arguing that self-driving and autonomous vehicles still lack significant safety features. The group noted the number of times...

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13th February 2018

Washington DC Mayor Paves Way for Autonomous Vehicles

Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser has created a new agency called the Interagency AV Working Group, which will help prepare the capital's streets for autonomous vehicles and self-driving cars.

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13th February 2018

Waymo & Uber: A Truce That Will Not Last

Waymo and Uber have settled matters for now, but don't expect the harmony between the two Silicon Valley powerhouses to last for long, especially as the autonomous car market...

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12th February 2018

Autonomous Vehicle Technology to Be Focus of March DOT Summit

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) is holding a summit on March 1 to gather feedback and outline its plans for an automated vehicle guidance paper.

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12th February 2018

Industrial Mobility Adoption Faces Cost, Safety Roadblocks

Despite cross-country driving test successes, manufacturers are skeptical about industrial mobility and the immature technology powering it, according to a recent report from PwC.

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9th February 2018

Waymo Settles Patent Dispute for $245M Uber Stake

After a week of testimony at a federal courthouse in San Francisco, Waymo and Uber announced an agreement to settle their dispute, with Waymo taking a $245 million stake...

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9th February 2018

Embark’s Autonomous Truck Completes Cross-Country Trek

Relying entirely on sensor data and its on-board machine learning, San Francisco startup Embark's autonomous truck drives coast to coast in five days.

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9th February 2018

Huawei, Telefonica Complete First V2X Tests

Huawei and Telefonica have completed the first proof-of-concept testbed connecting assisted driving vehicles to a 5G-based, vehicle-to-infrastructure network.

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