Qualcomm is working with the Chinese vehicle company, Great Wall Motors, to provide its Snapdragon Ride Platform allowing GWM to develop a system called Coffee Intelligence which will debut in 2022.
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The Bank of England's chief economist has warned that the UK faces having swathes of technologically unemployed people and stated that they will need to upskill in order to stay employable.
Uber is in talks with Waymo to bring the driverless vehicles onto the ride hailing network, the Uber CEO confirmed. Uber wants to patch up its relationship with Waymo after a legal fight.
Waymo, Alphabet's subsidiary focused on autonomous vehicles, went on stage today at Google I/O to announce that driverless autonomous cars are on the way, starting in Phoenix, Arizona.
The London Assembly Transport Committee has outlined ideas for the city's authorities to implement so that emerging transport tech is used in the best possible way and to avoid clashes with companies.
A Tesla Model S crashed into the back of a fire truck, the driver of the car claims it was in Autopilot mode. Meanwhile GM claims that its self-driving car was not to blame for another incident.
GM has said it can already roll out its electric and driverless Cruise AV in 7 states in the USA. The company believes it can overcome any other final and federal legal hurdles by 2019.
Waymo and Intel have been working together for some time, but their collaboration is now official and the goal of a car that can continue driving after a request for human intervention is quite clear.
Project Titan proposed a whole range of mad new ideas in car design, it was going to make Apple into the new Detroit of car-making, but Apple appears to be refocusing on smaller projects now.
The Indian transport and highways minister, Nitin Gadkari, has stated that the country will not allow driverless cars to be tested on its roads, over concerns that the technology would take away jobs.
With expressways, bus lanes, parking areas, and more, K-City will offer a 360,000 square metre automated vehicle testing area for Hyundai, Kia, Samsung, and many other South Korean companies.
For the fist time in the UK on public roads, a fleet of autonomous vehicles will be traveling at high speeds and will communicate with each other, as part of a wider government technology investment.
Uber, the popular and controversial app-based ridesharing service, is in the process of bringing freight shipping into its scope of business - may use driver-less trucks.
The UK Government, in its latest Budget, has approved the use of driverless vehicles on UK roads, as it wants the UK to become a 'global centre for excellence' in connected vehicles.