Monthly Archives: May 2019
Tesla CEO Elon Musk will be focusing on educating customers about semi-autonomous technology instead of disabling the autonomous driving system. Following a fatal crash of a Model S sedan that had the Autopilot system engaged, Musk told The Wall Street Journal that the automaker is planning to publish a blog to explain how it works. Autopilot involved in […]
There are some legal issues surrounding self-driving cars that have yet to be hammered out. Who’s responsible if there’s a crash? Are you insuring the driver or the car? The future is looking safer than ever once this technology becomes widespread- think about an end to drunk driving, drowsy driving, and distracted driving. But as […]
Three Megatrends Dominating Global Real Estate Investment by Jeff Desjardins, Visual Capitalist According to CBRE, the world’s largest real estate investment manager, the three trends driving the commercial real estate market can be summed up as the following: 1. Globalization There’s $1.1 trillion expected to flow into commercial real estate in 2016, and much of […]
The Fatal Tesla Crash Is No Excuse to Regulate Self-Driving Cars Very few people imagined that self-driving cars would advance so quickly or be deployed so rapidly. As a result, robot cars are largely unregulated. There is no government testing regime or pre-certification for robot cars, for example. Indeed, most states don’t even require a […]
UP TO £30m investment in driverless car technology offered by government competition as driverless vehicles expected to go on sale within the next few years.
WE might drive on the ‘wrong’ side of the road (compared to the rest of the world) but Australia could play a significant role in creating driverless cars.
Semi-autonomous trucks take to the interstate. The post The Army’s Self-Driving Trucks Hit the Highway to Prepare for Battle appeared first on WIRED.
Elon Musk is once again feuding publicly with a reporter who said something he didn’t like. The Tesla chief on Monday criticized a veteran financial journalist at Fortune magazine for implying that his electric automaker acted unethically by taking two months to publicly disclose a deadly crash in one of its semi-autonomous cars. Just 11 […]
With its Cyber Grand Challenge—a battle of autonomous security software—Darpa is taking us inside the machine. The post Darpa Goes Full Tron With Its Grand Battle of the Hack Bots appeared first on WIRED.
Tesla delivered 14,370 vehicles in the second quarter, missing its forecast of 17,000 units. The EV firm attributed the miss to an “extreme production ramp” that saw half the production of the quarter in the final four weeks. Tesla’s deliveries come up short again According to a statement on Sunday, the electric car giant is […]