Articles about Driverless Cars

That'll be a sight
Some people are going to run a 1965 Ford Mustang up the Goodwood hill at this week's Festival of Speed. Not a surprising sentence, until you discover that the 1965 Ford Mustang in question is equipped with self-driving technology.And
Should we be worried?
Whole cities and environments squeezed into a couple of gigabytes worth of disc space, allowing us to explore and interact with our 'surroundings' without ever having to get off our lazy asses. Yep, open world video games are really something. A lot
Now that's an idea
Near the end of 2016, social media was bombarded with frustrated commuters complaining about Uber's holiday season surge prices. As a result, the Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board ordered the company (as well as its competitor, Grab) to place a
Still too dangerous, executive says
Ford, BMW, Mitsubishi, Volvo; over the past few years, it seems like everybody in the auto industry has jumped onto the driverless bandwagon. Well, almost everybody at least. Because the world's largest automaker is still taking a long, hard look at
Not bad at all
Let's face it, Roborace-or any driverless racing competition, for that matter-is going to have its work cut out for it getting people in the stands. Taking away the human element of racing and replacing it with artificial intelligence is
Self-driving app-based transport service
While it might seem a bit like science fiction, the reality is that self-driving cars are quickly growing in number. A ton of companies are already setting up for the future by testing tomorrow's technology today.The latest firm to
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