Elon Musk’s Tesla has released its latest software update, adding a host of new features.
The USV Maxlimer, an autonomous surface vessel with no crew and no pilot, is preparing to embark on a historic ocean voyage
Taiwan has unveiled its first fully-autonomous electric vehicle, developed and manufactured solely by Taiwanese businesses
Anthony Levandowski, who worked on autonomous vehicles at Google, has been charged with stealing trade secrets from the company.
Tesla has recently pushed out an update for their Dog Mode feature, to fix a potentially lethal flaw.
NEC, in conjunction with Japanese start-up Cartivator, has unveiled a flying car that Japan hopes to have in service by 2030.
Alphabet Inc.’s autonomous vehicle company Waymo are working with DeepMind to develop a new way to train AI, inspired by the way that biology evolves.
With each new feature and each new innovation, cars have gone from simply transporting to the stuff of sci-fi. None do it better than Tesla.
As more and more autonomous vehicles enter the market and our city streets become overburdened with road vehicles, the only way to go is up.
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Could a Tesla drive you while you sleep? After reports of drivers falling asleep in autonomous vehicles, we spoke to roads expert Charlie Henderson.
The first internet-connected device may have come when Margaret Thatcher was Prime Minister and Tron was in cinemas but we are still in the early stages of IoT.
In 2015, a 22-year-old man in Kassel, Germany, was grabbed by a robot and crushed to death against a metal plate at a car production plant.
Cars cannot deliver packages alone. Autonomous vehicles may seem perfect for online shopping but getting a parcel to a door requires human input. Or does it? This is the thinking behind Ford’s ambitious new robotic project.