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Category / Self Driving Cars

Here’s the fundamental flaw with self-driving cars: Humans

The safety driver in a self-driving Uber was not being very safe — aka, not paying attention — when the vehicle in autonomous mode struck and killed a woman in an Arizona city earlier this year, police records show. Included in a massive Tempe Police Department report this week were details about the March 18 fatal...CONTINUE READING

Waymo hits 7 million self-driving miles, eyes Europe expansion

Waymo is still chugging along with plans to offer a truly driverless car service in the Phoenix, Arizona, area by the end of this year — but it’s also moving its self-driving sights to Europe.  At the Automotive News Europe Congress in Turin, Italy, earlier this week, Waymo CEO John Krafcik said, “There is an...CONTINUE READING

Tesla’s Autopilot keeps crashing into parked cars. Here’s why.

Another week, another Tesla crashing into a stationary vehicle that just came out of nowhere. But that’s the thing. The electric car’s semi-autonomous driving assistance feature, known as Autopilot, has this very situation — parked cars seemingly coming out of nowhere — written into the manual. It’s a known limitation of the driver assistance tool. SEE...CONTINUE READING

Australia announces new national laws for self-driving cars

Self-driving cars are coming to Australia at some point, and lawmakers have to prepare for their arrival, whether they like it or not. By 2020, a national law will be put into place around autonomous vehicles, helping guide manufacturers and operators looking to bring the technology to the country. SEE ALSO: Self-driving Uber saw pedestrian...CONTINUE READING

Self-driving Uber saw pedestrian 6 seconds before fatal crash, new NTSB report says

More details have emerged about the self-driving Uber car crash that killed a woman in Arizona earlier this year.  The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released its preliminary findings Thursday about the March 18 fatal crash. SEE ALSO: People are losing faith in self-driving cars following recent fatal crashes Elaine Herzberg, 49, was struck and...CONTINUE READING

It’s the end of the road for Uber’s self-driving cars in Arizona

Uber is shutting down its self-driving car program in Arizona. The move comes in the wake of a fatality that occurred in March, when an Uber vehicle in autonomous mode struck and killed a woman crossing a street. AZ Central first reported that about 200 employees at the Uber self-driving car program in Tempe, Arizona,...CONTINUE READING

People are losing faith in self-driving cars following recent fatal crashes

For a while, people were really excited about the potential of self-driving cars, which promised to make our future commutes easier, more productive, and safer. Then came some high-profile autonomous vehicle accidents — including two fatal crashes — and let’s just say the excitement has waned a bit. SEE ALSO: Tesla’s Autopilot fails haven’t shaken my...CONTINUE READING

Here’s the aspect of self-driving car testing that’s not dominated by Apple or Google

Last week, Apple’s secretive, self-driving car project got some attention for adding more cars approved for testing in California. But despite the company’s big name and the heightened curiosity over the iPhone-maker’s foray into autonomous vehicles, the winner here is not the company you’d expect. SEE ALSO: Intel just hit the nitro in the self-driving...CONTINUE READING

Intel just hit the nitro in the self-driving car race

Intel is all-in on autonomous cars. The company’s autonomous vehicle division, Mobileye, has signed a deal to provide self-driving technology to eight million cars for a “European automaker,” Reuters reports, citing a company official.  SEE ALSO: Car crash becomes national news because a Waymo minivan was involved The terms of the deal, and the identity...CONTINUE READING
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