All the facts might speak for driverless cars. But as soon as the human factor comes into play, things get a little more complicated.
The week in automated driving
Hello, automated driving community! Intel and Mobileye kick-start their partnership, San Francisco is cruising to become the autonomous ride-hailing hotbed and something doesn’t sit quite right with the latest driverless car spotting: we bring you this week’s key stories from the world of automated driving!
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Autonomous mobility will not only alter the way our cars look and drive – but also radically change our cities! From housing prices to parking lots – find out the drastic impact of driverless cars in our infographic.
Improved road safety will be one of the biggest benefits of fully automated cars. However, certain journeys present more hazards than others. From mountain passes to desert highways – these ten road trips put a new spin on risk assessments.
James Welling was born with a permanent movement disorder. In a conversation, the transport consultant explains how driverless cars would give him more independence in life – and why the media should not play with the expectations of people with disabilities.
If a driverless car is to truly master any traffic scenario, it must become as smart as a human. Or smarter. Artificial intelligence expert Dr. Nicolaj Stache reveals how carmakers are planning to pull off this audacious task.