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Nine-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt is bringing his electric scooters to Japan, hopeful that his celebrity status will help persuade regulators that the environmental benefits are important enough to relax some of the curbs on their use.
Nuro envisions autonomous cars not only without drivers but without passengers, either.
Uber said it "will likely" have to strike a licensing deal with Waymo or opt for costly changes to its autonomous driving software, after an expert found the ride-hailing giant still used technology from the Alphabet Inc unit.
Volkswagen AG is open to sharing future autonomous-vehicle systems with other manufacturers as it races to catch up with the likes of Waymo LLC in cost-intensive technologies like self-driving that could transform the way people and goods move, according to an executive at the German automaker.
Every morning when he goes to work in the freezer room of a warehouse in eastern Pennsylvania, Jack Westley throws on a hooded sweatshirt to keep warm and grabs a radio to talk to his coworkers. He was recently given a new piece of equipment to wear, which he attaches to a harness over his shoulders.
Waymo wants to deploy a robotaxi service for the general public in parts of California as soon as possible. But that's unlikely, the company says, because California says it has to offer the service for free.
A young woman in Texas who remained awake for her brain surgery was able to speak to doctors during the procedure – and viewers form around the world looked on, as part of the operation was livestreamed on Facebook.
The rapid rise of crash-avoidance technology has set carmakers and repair shops on course for a collision that could determine who controls the US$800bil (RM3.34tril) auto aftermarket in the digital age.
Waymo chief executive John Krafcik said the self-driving vehicle company is now offering limited "rider-only" trips in Phoenix, Arizona, and is looking beyond the robo-taxi business to generate future revenue, including delivery services.
In Japan, trucks are being designed for a driverless future with no cabin and interchangeable container areas that would allow vehicles to be highly customised for parcel delivery or even serve as mini-hotels or beauty salons.