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Russian Internet firm Yandex will begin testing its driverless cars in the United States next summer, the company said on Oct 23.
Automated and connected vehicles will transform the way we move and live, but they come with additional costs, and it is unclear who will bear those costs
Currently, most autonomous cars tested on the road in the US and China still require the presence of a safety driver.
Almost two years ago, the heir apparent to South Korea’s massive Hyundai Motor Group, Euisun Chung, paid a visit to the driverless-vehicle hotbeds of Pittsburgh and Detroit, wanting a look under the hood of the best technology from companies both places had to offer. It turned out to be quite the productive trip.
Thailand’s ubiquitous tuk-tuk is getting a cutting-edge makeover to help carry the local auto industry into the future.
For seven days next July, before Japan kicks off the Summer Olympics, Tokyo will let dozens of driverless vehicles roam freely around the competition venues in the city’s waterfront area to promote the nascent technology.
Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing plans to start using self-driving vehicles to pick up passengers in a district of Shanghai city in a pilot scheme, a senior executive said, taking a further step towards commercialising self-driving technology.
Equipment such as road sensors, laser and microwave radars, panoramic video surveillance, were tested at the highway. China is targeting for smart vehicles to account for half of all new cars sold at home by 2020.
Toyota Motor Corp has designs on making robot helpers for your home, and has enlisted a Japanese startup that specialises in artificial intelligence to jump-start its plan.
Growing numbers of young people whizzing around Europe’s big cities on electric scooters may represent a nightmare for some pedestrians and motorists, but for Swedish sharing startup VOI they offer a path to positive cash flow.