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Tesla co-founder and chief executive Elon Musk tweeted that Smart Summon had been used more than 550,000 times.
Following an over-the-air software update to Teslas, drivers can now tell their car to come pick them up – all on its own. Footage of drivers running away from their Teslas, playing catch-me-if-you-can, soon emerged. Is this level of automated driving really legal?
Currently, most autonomous cars tested on the road in the US and China still require the presence of a safety driver.
Anthony Levandowski, who has hit the kind of paydays that give Silicon Valley its reputation for jackpot wealth and excess, is figuring out how to pay the lawyers he’s leaning on to keep him out of prison.
German startup Volocopter said Singapore is emerging as one of the most likely destinations for the commercial launch of its electric helicopters, where it hopes to offer short-hop flights for the price of a limousine ride.
According to some estimates, we'll be driven around town by high-tech driverless taxis at the start of the next decade. But despite ever-more mobility companies testing out robo-taxis on city streets, the technology just isn't ready.
When Silicon Valley startup Phantom Auto was formed in 2017, it was one of many software suppliers hitching their fortunes to self-driving cars, confident that fleets of robotaxis would be using their technology within a few years.
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.