The Road Ahead (Part 3): The time to act is now
AD is approaching a dilemma: what happens if the technology is ready, but the law prohibits it? In...
Judge’s order shines new light on injunction verdict…and it makes good reading for Uber.
Judge refers the trade secret dispute over alleged stolen technology to the U.S. attorney.
The plot thickens. Allegations fly as the much-anticipated court hearing between two driverless rivals takes place in San Francisco.
Sticking to its reputation, Swedish car-maker puts safety first – urging greater information sharing between governments and the car industry, and reiterating plan to skip Level 3 automation.
Brussels has started a high-profile push for connected and automated driving as part of a broader strategy to connect the EU with citizens. Will it result in speeding up innovation and changing...
An Uber reaction? Ride-sharing firm takes strong measures following recent SUV accident.
Chinese internet giant Baidu Inc. believes hackers tried to steal its automated driving technology.
“It’s a good time to be a car guy. The future? Not so much.” Human driving as we know it will inevitably be outlawed, argues rally race driver Alex Roy in his essay.