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2nd April 2018

California’s Driverless Car Program Gets Its First Application

As the home of Silicon Valley, California is likely to set national standards as the DMV starts handing out applications for driverless vehicles. However, it comes at a time...

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2nd April 2018

BMW, Daimler Merging Mobility Services Divisions

BMW and Daimler have joined forces to focus on the future of city travel by combining their respective mobility services divisions.

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30th March 2018

Uber’s Woes Signal Tougher Times for Autonomous Cars

Uber has been a controversial company before this month's fatal crash involving a self-driving vehicle in Arizona. Now, the pressure on the company, and the whole autonomous industry, is...

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29th March 2018

Uber Reportedly Settles With Family of Fatal Crash Victim

Uber and the family of Elaine Herzberg, who was killed earlier this month when she was struck by a self-driving SUV in Arizona, have reportedly settled, according to NPR.

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29th March 2018

Nissan Altima Boasts ADAS Features, ProPilot Assist

Advanced safety systems are becoming increasingly standard technology in midsized affordable sedans from foreign and domestic car makers. The Nissan Altima is a prime example.

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28th March 2018

Nvidia CEO Sees a Long, Simulated Road to AVs

At the GTC show this week, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said that the key to autonomous vehicles was continued testing in simulated environments. He also talked up the company's...

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28th March 2018

Waymo, Jaguar Team Up to Offer Luxury, Self-Driving SUV

Waymo and Jaguar Land Rover announce a luxury, self-driving SUV based on the iconic car company's I-PACE design. The first of these is expected to start testing later this...

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27th March 2018

Nvidia Looks to Speed Up Virtual Self-Driving Testing

At its GTC event this week, Nvidia unveiled Drive Constellation, a new system that will allow car and tech companies to test self-driving and autonomous technology in virtual environments.

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27th March 2018

J.D. Power: AV Evolution Altering the Legal Landscape

A J.D. Power report conducted before, but released after, the fatal Uber crash in Arizona indicates a complicated road forward for litigating AV injuries.

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26th March 2018

Berlin Tests Self-Driving Minibus at Charité Hospital Campus

Yellow, quiet and driverless – so begins Berlin's inaugural test of autonomous minibuses, which could pave the way for their more extensive deployment across the city.

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26th March 2018

Nvidia’s GTC Will Unveil What’s Next for Automotive AI

Nvidia is looking to further expand into the connected and autonomous car market, and this week's GTC show will show where the chipmaker is taking its AI technology.

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23rd March 2018

Uber Video Raises Deeper Questions About Fatal Crash

Police have now released video related to the fatal car crash in Arizona that involved a self-driving Uber car. It's raising questions about the company's practices and the limits...

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