You have searched for "driverless vehicles"

Showing 1-10 of 132

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Google tests cars that can steer without drivers

b>WASHINGTON/b>: Google Inc is road-testing cars that steer, stop and start without a human driver. The goal is to 'help prevent traffic accidents, free up people's time and reduce carbon emissions,' it said.


'Look ma, no hands' on the car steering wheel still some way off

While consumers may envision a George Jetson-like future where cars steer themselves as "drivers" read iPads, that reality is still years away for mass production cars.


Tech at the wheel

Bytz looks at how technology is adding more brains to our vehicles.


Facebook joins NYU in artificial intelligence lab

Facebook unveiled plans on a partnership with New York University for a new centre for artificial intelligence, aimed at harnessing the huge social network's massive trove of data.


Nissan CEO says some car makers concerned over product control in Google cooperation

Nissan Motor Co chief executive Carlos Ghosn said some car makers remain reticent about working with technology giant Google Inc as it develops driverless vehicles for fear of their brands' identities becoming submerged.


Britain to trial driverless cars from 2015

Driverless cars will be allowed on British roads from January 2015 as part of a pilot initiative in three cities, the government announced Wednesday.


Self-driving cars take a small step closer to reality

Audi and GM luxury brand, Cadillac, have both set their sights on bringing autonomous driving features to their cars in 2016.


Hyundai Motor aims to have autonomous driving tech on market in 2020

Hyundai Motor Co said it aims to commercialise autonomous driving capabilities in some of its cars in 2020, as the South Korean automaker plays catch-up in the increasingly competitive technology.


Nokia's maps unit draws further bidders: Manager Magazin

Nokia's maps business has drawn interest from potential buyers including Facebook and a consortium of German carmakers made up of BMW, Audi and Daimler, a German magazine reported.


Why the taxi industry shouldn’t be Uber-confident

It is the eve of a (r)evolution in the taxi industry. In that sense, Uber is not disruptive; it is “transitional”.