Monthly Archives: November 2018
A year after a failed bid for independence, Iraq’s Kurds will be voting again on Sunday, this time in a parliamentary election that could disrupt the delicate balance of power in their semi-autonomous region.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd will set up a dedicated chip subsidiary and aims to launch its first self-developed AI inference chip in the second half of 2019 that could be used for autonomous driving, smart cities and logistics.
German luxury vehicle maker BMW AG plans more deals with mining companies to secure electric vehicle battery materials, and is open to forming alliances to share the costs of developing autonomous-vehicle systems, the automaker’s research and development chief told Reuters.
Lidar is king when it comes to autonomous vehicle sensors, but Blackmore wants to raise the ante further, with increased range and integrated velocity measurement in its FMCW Doppler lidar product. The post Blackmore Is Betting the Rest Of the Lidar Industry Has It All Wrong appeared first on ExtremeTech.
It’s one of the hottest topics in technology, and soon to be a reality if some manufacturers are to be believed – but how will a future of self-driving cars help to line our pockets? Get The Timeless Reading eBook in PDF Get the entire 10-part series on Timeless Reading in PDF. Save it to […]
A PAIR of Islamic State-inspired asylum seekers planned to carry out bomb attacks using driverless cars packed with explosives, a court heard yesterday.
Image Credit: MacRumors / YouTube video (screenshot) In the first-ever reported instance of an Apple car crash, a Nissan Leaf rear-ended an Apple Lexus SUV. Apple disclosed the crash in a report to the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), blaming the human driver rather than its own technology for the crash. How the Apple car […]