Photo by Andrej Sokolow/picture alliance via Getty Images Next month, California’s Department of Motor Vehicles will release the latest batch of reports from companies testing self-driving vehicles in the state. But the reports offer, at best, a flawed glimpse into the slow and often opaque process of testing autonomous vehicles on public roads, says Kyle Vogt, co-founder and CTO of GM-based Cruise. In a Medium post, Vogt posits that maybe it’s time for a new…"We’re blowing it with self-driving car safety reporting, Cruise says"
Students shared tips on how to remove the barnacle device on social media. BBC News Source link"'Barnacle' car windscreen clamp sparks student fury"
In an unexpected and shock reveal, Japanese electronics manufacturer Sony released its Vision-S concept car to world at CES this week. Sony? Making a car? WHAT!?! Last year Tesla also unveiled its Cybertruck. An angular, steel, supposedly bulletproof electric utility vehicle designed in line with Musk’s dystopian vision of the future. But there are more realistic — and more important — concepts on display at CES, like Fiat’s Centoventi electric concept car. Italian automaker Fiat…"CES: Fiat’s modular battery concept car envisions a future I want to live in"
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A law could be strengthened to punish people who throw litter out of vehicle windows. BBC Science and Environment news: Source link"Action over roadside rubbish thrown out of car windows"
Driving long distances without a passenger can be lonely. If you’ve ever done it, you might have wished for a companion to talk to – someone emotionally intelligent who can understand you and help you on the road. The disembodied voice of SatNav helps to fill the monotonous silence, but it can’t hold a conversation or keep you safe. Research on driverless cars is well underway, but less is heard about the work being done…"5 ways AI can make your car journeys less boring — and more safe"
As an Uber driver, Lauren Kush tries to keep her Toyota Prius spotless. CNN news: Source link"Living in her car, she was afraid and harassed. Then she found an unexpected refuge"