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Uber and Lyft and the like have turned the taxi industry on its head in a few short years. Now the industry looks like it may be disrupted again, this time by automakers.
At the dawn of auto safety, one inventor wanted to do his part to save lives. Instead, his invention sparked a public backlash and went down in history as a quintessential case of why technology fails.
The Mobileye/Intel deal on Monday shows how hot the lidar business has become in Silicon Valley.
A CIA memo from 2014, briefly indicated the agency was considering exploring how to hack into cars remotely, specifically mentioning Canada's BlackBerry QNX software. Security experts have shrugged it off.
A CIA memo dated Oct. 23, 2014, briefly indicated the agency was considering exploring how to hack into cars remotely. The revelation resulted in a lot of panicky headlines, but security experts have shrugged it off.
After graduating from the University of Utah, Joshua Smith was employed by a boutique racing firm run by a husband-and-wife team who are former auto executives.
The future is filled with unknowns.
Engineers and hobbyists offer a potential source of new talent for companies desperate to staff rapidly expanding autonomous-vehicle programs.
Automotive News' Shiraz Ahmed took an informal survey of an online chat group created for Udacity's self-driving car engineering course.
Potential limits on a visa program intended for high-skilled foreign workers could slow the race to build the self-driving car, according to analysts at the Center for Automotive research.
The increased competition for talent in the autonomous field has led recruiters to learn new lessons when talking to this community. Lesson #1? Compensation isn't everything.
In our latest podcast episode, Brian Hamilton has spent nearly two decades thinking of new, innovative ways to deliver what you want to hear, when you want to hear it, wherever you are.
In our first Byte, we spoke with Danny Shapiro, Senior Director of Automotive at Nvidia, about how self-driving car engineers can use video game technology to improve artificial intelligence.
As automakers and suppliers eye the potential of fully connected cities, the hard realities of rolling out those technologies are quickly becoming apparent.
Three industry executives tasked with inventing the world of tomorrow say they grapple with the immediate challenges on the road ahead.
CES has become the show where startups and suppliers come to convince the world -- and the rest of the auto industry -- that they are on the cutting edge.
Mercedes-Benz plans to introduce a production car powered by artificial intelligence in the next year as part of a collaboration with chip-maker NVIDIA.
The promise of vehicle-to-vehicle communications is clouded by concerns that technological development soon will shift away from radio-based technology and toward 5G cellular networks.
BMW and Hyundai both earned top marks on technology usability in a new report out by J.D. Power, signifying that luxury and mass-market vehicles can do equally well satisfying customers with new technology.
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