Cars May Think, But Will They Achieve Artificial Stupidity?
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A computer model finds that few would wait long or pay much for a ride—though sometimes they'd have to share with others
Robocars driving together in platoons will use half the fuel that today’s vehicles do
There are many ways into a car's electronic guts, so engineers will have to build in massively redundant safeguards
A new poll shows China and India more favorable to robocars than Japan and the West
The 2015 Modeo, a modestly priced sedan, will be able to sense and avoid pedestrians
The answer, it seems, depends on what you call driving
Digital maps can keep you on track—if it's a race track
This video shows the upcoming dual-motor model going from zero to 60 in 3.6 seconds
Sure, it'll also have an extra motor, 4-wheel drive and semiautonomous capability. But sonar's a little--unusual
A Tesla may be technically capable of autonomous driving by 2015, but will it be ready for consumers?
Decomissioned California naval base has a city-like grid but no pesky pedestrians
Superdetailed maps are key to self-driving cars, and in China, Baidu can provide them
Even 11 years from now, though, the company expects human drivers to still be "in the loop"
Google plans to test a self-driving car on NASA property to dodge California rules requiring a human driver
The technical and safety challenges are tremendous, says panel of researchers
Google isn't testing self-driving motorcycles, but is there a reason that it shouldn't be able to?
It's not safe for living. So please don’t do the precise thing we’re about to show you
Self-driving cars will save fuel by cheating the wind. In other words, they'll tailgate
Britain sets up a competition to host robocar trials