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European startups navigate long, winding road to self-driving future

Far from the sunny, wide streets of Phoenix, where Waymo's self-driving taxis ply their trade, a handful of European startups are developing driverless cars to navigate the clogged, chaotic, rain-swept roads of European cities.

Waymo taxis on the way? California green-lights test programme

California has granted Waymo permission to carry passengers in the autonomous vehicles it is testing on the state’s roads, paving the way for the self-driving car company to roll out a taxi service here.

Occupational safety for Industry 4.0

From TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Chairman, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.

An autonomous vehicle took on Chicago's traffic. Here's what happened

Autonomous vehicles conjure visions of futuristic machines that lack steering wheels, but the first driverless cars probably won't actually be driverless.

Apple’s silence hurts efforts to take drivers out of cars: opinion

It should be obvious that a car is not a smartphone. Apple Inc is acting as if they’re the same.

Uber buys AI firm to advance push on autonomous cars

Uber said June 26 it has acquired computer vision startup Mighty AI to help advance its technology for self-driving cars.

Apple buys self-driving car startup

Apple Inc on June 26 confirmed that it has acquired self-driving shuttle firm

Chinese self-driving startups AutoX and get green light to offer rides on California roads, founded by two former Baidu executives, was valued at US$1.7bil in its latest funding round in April.

Awake at the wheel: Automakers tap VR to banish boredom in autonomous cars

Audi, Nissan and other car makers are banking on talking cartoon characters and other virtual reality experiences to keep drivers and other occupants of future autonomous vehicles entertained, auto industry executives said.

Cheaper sensors could speed more self-driving cars to market by 2022

The first heavily automated mass-market vehicles for consumers could go on sale as soon as 2022, if one or more vehicle manufacturers adopt a new sub-US$500 lidar sensing package being developed by Silicon Valley startup Luminar.