“Autonomous vehicles are recording their surroundings continuously and have the potential to help with investigative leads,” an internal training document states.
San Francisco police pulled over a Cruise driverless vehicle. It pulled over. Wild stuff.
From the dream of zero crashes to wrapping cars in giant pillows.
A Waymo car struck a person on a scooter in San Francisco, but the company says it was being driven by a human at the time.
This is what responsible self-driving car development looks like.
Local police believe no one was in the driver’s seat.
Uber sold its driverless car and flying taxi divisions, putting it back at square one with unprofitable core products that rely on exploiting drivers.
The car was travelling way over the speed limit on one of the busiest highways in Alberta.
The company has escaped criminal charges and its self-driving program is still in operation.
Mid-sized cities around the country are hoping to attract businesses and residents that can no longer afford the big cities. Will a “mobility revolution” help? Buffalo wants to find out.
These autonomous vehicles and high-tech machines push the military into the 21st century (and ahead of Russia)