Driverless Car Laws
FIERCELY competitive auto companies in the US have been told they will have to work together to stop the global epidemic of needless road deaths.
ELON Musk has levelled an incredible accusation at journalists telling them they’re responsible for road deaths, not his autonomous cars.
A DRIVERLESS car built in Melbourne will hit the road this weekend amid predictions the futuristic technology will be the norm in as little as a decade.
IN A big leap forward Uber users in one US city are about to be given the option to hail driverless cars.
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.
THE first person has been killed by their driverless car. And it might just kill an entire industry due to two big screw-ups in the human brain.
IN a situation where an accident will cause imminent peril to either a crowd of people or the driver, which one will the car choose to protect?
MAZDA has said it will still bring a human-centric approach to its new vehicles, claiming drivers don’t want fully autonomous cars.
HERE’S proof that autonomous car technology still has a long way to go. We nearly crash at 100km/h testing an automatic overtaking system.