Say goodbye to humans behind the wheel. Self-driving cars are coming faster than you think, and the changes they bring will reach far beyond our roads. Meet the companies building our driverless future and find out what to expect when machines take the wheel.

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The Eve of the Self-Driving Revolution


A decade ago, there wasn’t much talk about self-driving cars or autonomous-cars, but Toyota and Lexus were setting the stage with their self-parking cars. They aired television commercials showing how cars magically parallel-parked themselves. At the time, it seemed amazing, but that was nothing compared to what’s coming next. The self-parking revolution that spread throughout the automotive industry over the last decade is now expanding. There is more technology in cars today than ever before.

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AUSA 2017: 4 amazing land vehicles at this year's show

Armored vehicles with laser weapons, silent motorcycles that can run on jet fuel, self-driving ATVs and futuristic Chevy trucks – there were a lot of eye-popping vehicles in the nation’s capital this week.

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Intel, Waymo Are Working on Self-Driving Cars

Intel and Waymo have been working on self-driving car technology in secret for nearly a decade. Now that the technology is moving towards being available in consumer products, the two companies are going public with their own work.

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As Dubai focuses on future, cybersecurity a growing concern

A Dubai official says as the city races toward a future of self-driving cars and drones filling up its skies, cybersecurity is becoming a growing concern.

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Intel buys Mobileye for $15 billion to lead its self-driving car unit

Intel Mobileye

Self-driving vehicles are definitely the new semiconductor goldrush, with Intel snapping up Mobileye after Qualcomm acquired NXP.

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Chips, ahoy: Intel joins Delphi-Mobileye self-driving collaboration

Delphi V2 Everything Technology Thursday, September 29, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by John F. Martin for Delphi)

Autonomous-drive kits (software, hardware, sensors) go to automakers in 2019. Self-driving cars arrive in 2021, says Delphi. And Intel wants to drive the entire system with current and next-generation processors.

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Self-driving cars may no longer require humans during testing in Michigan

Michigan would no longer require that someone be inside a self-driving car while testing it on public roads under bills up for a vote in the Legislature.

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Google patents 'pedestrian glue' for cars

If you’re unlucky enough to be hit by one of Google’s self-driving cars, the company wants you to stay glued to the front of it, according to a patent that’s dated May 17—not April 1.

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AI 'drivers' will gain same legal status as human drivers in autonomous vehicles, NHTSA rules

Article Image The artificial intelligence in a self-driving vehicle can be treated as the “driver” from a legal standpoint, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said in a decision that could set an important precedent for Apple’s own self-driving car.

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Google wants to deliver stuff using self-driving trucks with storage lockers

As Google continues work on developing its self-driving car technology, it seems the company is now thinking of using the same gear to create autonomous delivery vehicles as well.

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The Year of Connected and Self-Driving Cars


Connected cars and self-driving cars are two of the hottest and fastest-growing segments in the marketplace today. However, they are often confused. Connected cars are here today. Self-driving cars are not yet, but they are coming. They both mean advancements in automotive. They both use wireless networks, wireless technology, satellite technology, ground-based sensors and more. As workers, investors and customers, what can we expect in the next few years from connected and self-driving cars — and what’s coming next?

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Obama administration planning to speed up development of self-driving cars

Article Image The White House will reportedly announce efforts to speed up the development of self-driving cars on Thursday, something that may be of extreme interest to Apple as it readies its own such vehicle.

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Automakers better positioned to build self-driving cars than Silicon Valley, study claims

Article Image The existing giants of the auto industry are better equipped to produce self-driving cars, at least when considerng the amount of patents they control, a study said on Tuesday.

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Nvidia wants its new Drive PX 2 supercomputer to drive your next car

Nvidia Drive PX 2 shown in action
Deep learning is clearly the hottest technology driving the rapid advances in self-driving cars. Nvidia aims to make it practical, and enable the deployment of commercially-viable fleets of cars that can not just see, but navigate, for themselves.

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Self-driving Apple car may be 'almost ready for public view' following talks with California DMV

California laws and regulations for self-driving cars may force Apple’s “Project Titan” out of the shadows and into the public view, and sooner than some may have expected, according to a new report.

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