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Tesla Full Self-Driving: An overview of how it works

Posted on Sep 22, 2021 in Perspective, Technology

If there is one piece of technology that’s pretty optimistic, it’s Tesla’s Full Self-Driving system. There are no...

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Two drivers argue on California freeway about collision and get deadly struck by passing car, providing somber lessons for AI self-driving cars

Posted on Sep 22, 2021 in Cars, Perspective

Two men argued themselves to death. That phrasing is not meant to be pejorative but serves somberly as a sad indication of what can happen...

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Just how connected and autonomous are the cars being sold now?

Posted on Sep 21, 2021 in Perspective

The State of C.A.S.E. Hi everyone, Nick Albanese here, head of BloombergNEF’s Intelligent Mobility research team. Munich recently hosted...

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Driverless cars have ‘big potential’ to make travel safe by ‘eliminating driver error’

Posted on Sep 20, 2021 in Cars, Perspective

Viktor Molnar, President of the Chassis System at Schaeffler Group said in many cases, crashes were caused by “the wrong reaction” of the...

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Why positioning is also vital for Level 3+ AVs

Posted on Sep 20, 2021 in Perspective, Technology

In the run-up to fully self-driving vehicles, autonomous driving functionality will be restricted to clearly defined scenarios. Highly...

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Ordinary lowly lampposts aiming to stand tall for bolstering AI self-driving cars

Posted on Sep 20, 2021 in Cars, Perspective

Are you giving due credit and appreciation to the numerous lampposts wherever you live, work, and play? Probably not. Most of us tend to...

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Driverless cars’ need for data is sparking a new space race

Posted on Sep 17, 2021 in Perspective, Technology

Automakers are looking to the heavens for the next generation of car technology. Satellites, such as those scattered across the skies by...

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Opinion: Self-driving technology needs a reset — and this is what it would look like

Posted on Sep 17, 2021 in Perspective

When I rode in an autonomous vehicle four years ago, I was struck by two things. The first was the pit-of-your-stomach gut flutter I felt...

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People known as Snowbirds and Zoombirds that leave cold areas for warmers ones during the winter will be emboldened via AI self-driving cars

Posted on Sep 17, 2021 in Cars, Perspective

Snowbirds. They migrate seemingly en masse yet distinctly in a onesie-twosie fashion, dong so from the northern colder areas of the U.S....

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Bumpy road as ageing Japan bets on self-driving cars

Posted on Sep 16, 2021 in Cars, Perspective

With an ageing population in need of transport, Japan is betting on autonomous cars, but an accident involving a self-driving showcase at...

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Will Tesla’s FSD ever match this extraordinary robotaxi in China?

Posted on Sep 16, 2021 in Knowledge Center, Perspective, Technology, Videos & Podcasts

We don’t know about you, but when we watch a video of a beta tester driving a Tesla with Full Self-Driving Beta technology,...

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Tesla Full Self-Driving v10 is not ‘mind-blowing,’ but it shows progress

Posted on Sep 14, 2021 in Knowledge Center, Perspective, Technology, Videos & Podcasts

After the first few demos of Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Beta v10 software came out, it is becoming clear that it is not “mind-blowing,”...

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Those escaped zebras roaming fancy-free in Maryland provide eye-opening insights for AI self-driving cars

Posted on Sep 14, 2021 in Cars, Perspective

Get ready for some especially sweet irony. First, some needed background. There is a famous saying in the medical field that makes...

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Who’s behind the wheel? What regulators expect for AV technology

Posted on Sep 13, 2021 in Perspective, Policy & Regulation

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is taking on a collaborative role with autonomous vehicle (AV) developers and...

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How do autonomous vehicles “see” the world with position sensing?

Posted on Sep 13, 2021 in Perspective, Technology

Everybody knows about GPS, which is an acronym for the Global Positioning System, America’s satellite navigation system. Together with its...

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After seven years, an Apple car is still on the horizon

Posted on Sep 12, 2021 in News, Perspective

Minutes after the news broke this week that Doug Field, the former Tesla executive who led Apple’s car project, was defecting to Ford, the...

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‘Next big step’: Autonomous vehicles will ‘revolutionise’ car insurance liability industry

Posted on Sep 11, 2021 in Perspective

Self-driving cars are a relatively recent phenomenon within motoring, with Tesla leading the charge with their ‘Autopilot’ system. In the...

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Germany embraces robocars as New York rules draw industry ire

Posted on Sep 10, 2021 in Perspective, Policy & Regulation

Pat Gelsinger, the Intel CEO, got up on stage at the Munich auto show this week and crowed about a new German law regulating autonomous...

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That viral video of the young deer that did a smackdown of a hawk that was attacking a rabbit provides intrepid insights for AI self-driving cars

Posted on Sep 10, 2021 in Cars, Perspective

A recent viral video caused a lot of head-scratching and rapt wonderment. It provides a breathtaking story, entirely seen visually and...

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Audi discusses social aspect of autonomous driving with experts at the IAA

Posted on Sep 10, 2021 in News, Perspective

The steering wheel retracts as if by magic, the driver’s seat slides into a comfortable position, and the car keeps on driving by itself....

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