Taiwanese sources suggest the fabled Apple Car will be released in September 2021. Could Project Titan be coming to fruition?
Hyundai’s plan to invest US$35 billion on mobility tech will accelerate commercialisation of self-driving vehicles, according to analytics firm GlobalData.
Autonomous car racing organisation Roborace's DevBot 2.0 has recorded the first officially timed run on the Goodwood hillclimb for self-driving cars.
Global technology firm Hewlett Packard Enterprise and sustainable and connected mobility business Continental have announced a new platform for sharing vehicle data to enable new digital services improving driver safety and convenience.
A study prepared by Smith's Lawyers of 980 Australian drivers between January and June 2018 shows concern over autonomous self-driving cars, with only 22% of drivers stating they'd trust such cars.
Nvidia's Pegasus car AI computer will be certified to ISO 26262 ASIL-D, company founder and chief executive Jensen Huang told the GPU Technology Conference last week.
Chinese global telecommunications giant Huawei is claiming it is the first mobile device manufacturer in the world to use an AI-powered smartphone to drive a car.
Security vendor BlackBerry has unveiled a "seven-pillar" strategy to harden connected and autonomous vehicles against cyberattacks.
Intel research indicates self-driving vehicles will create a new US$7 trillion passenger economy by 2050.
Adobe says it is working with the auto industry to develop new analytics, content delivery and advertising capabilities designed to help advance connected cars from “voice to driverless and beyond”.
In around six years, BMW, Intel and Mobileye are promising self-driving vehicles that are "highly and fully automated" thanks to computer vision, machine learning and more.
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