Consumer Reports has raised concerns about Tesla’s in-vehicle cameras, saying they represent a privacy concern.
A Ford executive has upped the rivalry with Tesla, calling Tesla’s self-driving software “vaporware.”
Waymo has released a detailed report of its autonomous driving test scenarios, providing evidence of the technology’s ability to prevent fatalities.
Baidu is the latest company to receive permission to test self-driving cars in California.
The rumored Apple Car has been making headlines again, although recent reports are placing its debut several years away.
Waymo has announced it will no longer use the term “self-driving,” embracing “fully autonomous driving technology” instead.
Gene Munster discusses how California in forcing drivers to be employees may ultimately speed up the efforts of Uber and Lyft to go fully self-driving and thereby simply eliminate all human drivers.
Volvo plans on using LiDAR in its next generation of self-driving cars, scheduled to begin production in 2022.
VentureBeat is reporting that U.K.-based startup Wayve has raised $20 million in Series A funding to improve AI for autonomous vehicles. Wayve takes a different approach to autonomous vehicles than many other companies. Rather than hand-coded rules, or throwing more…