Blackberry CEO sees 2025 for commercially available autonomous vehicles as more realistic.
They include laser sensors, AI, larger viewing screens, cameras that can read speed limit signs, and systems that slow cars ahead of curves and construction zones.
Introducing driverless vehicles into our lives comes with unique legal risks.
A major step toward getting autonomous vehicles to dealerships and onto the streets.
Says electric vehicles will only account for 6% of the global market in 2025 and 13% in 2030.
Its Jarvis software will scan all software components in a vehicle within minutes to predict and fix vulnerabilities.
Researchers to test self-driving technology in real-life traffic scenarios.
Emphasized R&D capabilities in Ontario and Quebec to complement potential production expansion.
Technology to be flexible, adoptable for integration by multiple automakers.
Will work with Cruise Automation team to develop the next generation of laser sensors called Lidar.
Will join 50 Bolts that are already being tested in San Francisco; Scottsdale and the Detroit area.
Delphi, Transdev to use driverless taxis and a shuttle van to carry passengers on roadways in France.
Deal merges eyes and brain elements of the autonomous vehicle.
Musk predicts the technology will be twice as safe as a human driver butut will jack up vehicle prices.
Ambitious plan to invest in emerging businesses will damp pretax profit.