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Domino’s Tests Driverless Delivery
Domino’s and Ford are teaming up to test pizza delivery by driverless car.
Anheuser-Busch Delivers A Bunch Of Beer In A Self-Driving Truck
Driver Killed While Using Tesla’s ‘Autopilot’ Feature
Alexander C. Kaufman
This may be a setback for driverless cars.
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In A Deadly Crash, Who Should A Driverless Car Kill -- Or Save?
It's one of the thorniest moral dilemmas in tech right now.
Toyota Is Developing Cars That Can Anticipate Accidents And Avoid Them
The race to build smarter cars is heating up.
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This Super-Smart Bus Drives Itself
Google's Self-Driving Cars Will Honk At You If You're Not Paying Attention
They'll always be watching.
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The Biggest Beneficiary Of Ride-Hailing Services Might Be Public Transit
"A future dominated by shared, driverless cars linked via ride-hailing apps may sound like a world without traditional forms of mass transit. But we don't believe it will be."
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Asleep at the Wheel: Drowsy Driving as a Public Health Crisis
Health and Science Journalist
This post originally appeared in CommonHealth, a blog of WBUR/Boston. It’s midafternoon and I’m fighting to keep my eyes
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The Tech Smokescreen Fighting Regulation
Global CEO, Y&R
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The World's First Self-Driving Taxi Fleet Is Prepping For A Test Drive
A batch of cars could be ready to test within a year, according to one Lyft exec.
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Google, Uber, Ford Unite To Get Driverless Cars On Roads
The coalition wants clearer federal standards for autonomous vehicles.
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Elon Musk Wants To Fix Public Transportation
Taking the bus might get a whole lot less terrible.
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As Driverless Cars Hit the Streets, States Weigh New Rules
This piece comes to us courtesy of Stateline. Stateline is a nonpartisan, nonprofit news service of the Pew Charitable Trusts
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Tesla Suddenly Has A Huge New Competitor
Chinese company LeEco debuted its all-electric car concept on Wednesday.
Damir Sagolj / Reuters
Microsoft And Amazon Have A Plan For Driverless Cars
They're making moves.
Mike Segar / Reuters
Herds of Bison and Endless Vacation: What I Learned From Magazines This Week
Author of OUR BODIES, OUR SHELVES: LIBRARY HUMOR
Reading Magazines this week, I learned that...
Teens Don't Want Driverless Cars -- And That Might Be Dangerous
This is a bigger deal than they think.
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This Should Make Uber Drivers Really Nervous
Uber has been shopping around for driverless cars, according to an unnamed source.
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Enough Hand-Wringing and Kneejerk Blowback: Let's Rethink Metro's Ridership Slump, New Tax
Mayor, City of Beverly Hills
The Metro Board now has a historic opportunity to fix Metro's ridership slump by providing real leadership for the benefit of all the residents in LA County; not surprisingly, it involves more -- much more -- than simply trying to get us all to pass another transportation tax.
What The World Will Look Like Without Drivers
With driverless cars, no longer will families have to do interventions on 92-year-old Dad and wrest the driver's license out of his aging paw. People will remain independent until they can transfer lanes to that wide highway in the sky.
Apple Just Registered Apple.car
Let the speculation continue.
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Self-Driving Cars Crash Less Often Than Those With Human Drivers: Study
The study was commissioned by Google, which is currently testing its own self-driving cars.
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We're Getting Closer To Self-Driving Taxis
A university in South Korea is testing a vehicle that works with a special hailing app called "Snuber."
GM Is Working With Lyft To Build An Army Of Self-Driving Cars
Alexander C. Kaufman
The auto giant invested $500 million into Uber's main U.S. rival.
Smart Cars: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going?
Speaker, author, professor
Of course, not all "smart" cars are being created equal. Nor will they do the same things. Different companies are taking different approaches, and most are keeping their cards extremely close to their vests. So what do we know?
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