Monthly Archives: January 2019
Uber [UBER.UL] will stop developing self-driving trucks that have been hauling cargo on U.S. highways, the ride-hailing company said on Monday, seeking to focus its autonomous-vehicle technology solely on cars.
THE NEXT step in a transport revolution that could one day see people flying around cities and sending their driverless cars home for the day is being unveiled today by the Government. It is formally calling on industry and experts to give their views on how Britain can make the most of potentially ground-breaking technology.
Ford moves the autonomous vehicle business (also EVs) to Detroit’s Corktown section and the old train station. Downtown Motown may yet ride again. The post Why Ford Moved Self-Driving Operations to a New, Off-Site Business appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Daimler unveiled a new corporate structure on Thursday designed to give its trucks, mobility services and Mercedes-Benz car division greater scope to chase growth in an era when carmakers prepare to launch fleets of autonomous cars.
Self-driving automobiles will change our roads forever, but they are also dividing opinions. If you’ve paid attention to the headlines recently you’ll have noticed many unsightly terms being flung about: attacking, crash, deadly, flaw, trouble, controversial, to name a few. This is not to say there aren’t positives in the mix (as there certainly are), […]
Today, Etherisc, the global, decentralized insurance platform for collectively building insurance products, has announced the launch of a new blockchain consortium aimed at creating Collateral Protection Insurance (CPI) for the crypto lending market. The consortium will address significant barriers to mass adoption by facilitating safe participation and increased certainty in crypto lending, which will enable […]
Stanphyl Capital June 2018 letter to investors on Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) The fund was absolutely massacred this month, and it was primarily due to our large short position in Tesla, to which I added on each new piece of negative news, much of which was indicative of the kind of outright fraud (see below) that […]