nuTonomy

20th November 2018

A Leader in Autonomous Tech Has Yet to Emerge

Whether it’s a concept car, a pilot, or a press release, almost every US automaker has planted a flag in autonomy. Meanwhile, driver assistance systems get more and more...

By Susan Kuchinskas

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14th August 2018

Autonomous Vehicle Olympics Competition Hopes to Spur Innovation

A competition to develop the best in artificial intelligence (AI), technology for self-driving vehicles is sponsored by the nonprofit Duckietown Foundation. The Duckietown Foundation, a nonprofit organization promoting robotics...

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7th August 2018

Training Self-Driving AI Takes Humans & Automation

Scale, a San Francisco startup, is looking to bring its knowledge of artificial intelligence to the automotive market. So far, the company counts GM Cruise, Uber, Lyft and NuTonomy...

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23rd July 2018

Weekly Brief: BMW takes on Uber and Lyft in ride-hailing

ReachNow will offer car-sharing and ride-hailing through the same app interface. Andrew Tolve reports. BMW is ready to take on the big guns. In its latest urban mobility gambit, its ReachNow car-sharing service...

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18th July 2018

Inrix AV Road Rules Platform Connects Authorities & Operators

The Inrix AV Road Rules platform allows autonomous vehicle operators to report issues such as potholes, while tuning vehicles into local driving laws.

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22nd June 2018

Boston Greenlights Additional AV Testing From nuTonomy

Autonomous vehicle software developer nuTonomy is expanding its test program in Boston to include additional city streets.

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9th March 2018

Could this be the year the car starts ‘thinking’?

The next few years are expected to transform the auto industry as automakers begin to deploy their first self-driving vehicles. This will bring a number of dramatic changes in...

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16th February 2018

Human bad, robot good… discuss

Driving is one of the most complex tasks a human can perform but it is often reduced to a simplistic act that a computer will eventually replace. To be...

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18th December 2017

Weekly Brief: Volvo dumps mass trial of full driverless tech

Volvo becomes the first carmaker to blink in the face of escalating pressure to get self-driving cars on the road. Andrew Tolve reports. Volvo’s plans to populate the streets...

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30th October 2017

Weekly Brief: Delphi extends its autonomous reach

The leading supplier for automotive parts looks to become the top brand for autonomous software. Andrew Tolve reports. Another month, another multi-million dollar pay out for a self-driving car...

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27th October 2017

Lyft and Uber squaring up for robo-cab domination

The ever-accelerating drive to full autonomy has received a fresh boost from the ride-hailing world when Lyft announced the opening of its a research centre dedicated to the technology....

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2nd October 2017

Weekly Brief: Cadillac debuts hands-free driving for motorways

It claims to be safe, reliable and nothing like Tesla Autopilot. Andrew Tolve reports. Tesla’s Autopilot is about to get some much-needed competition. General Motors announced that its hands-free...

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