The good news: Regulators have exercised unusual restraint.
The visionary hacker on how he plans to "solve A.I." and why he thinks this will be a "decade of decentralization."
As early as 2026, new cars will have to come equipped with "advanced drunk and impaired driving prevention technology."
The hacking wunderkind thinks Big Tech's approach won't work. He built a $999 autonomous driving system that runs on a smartphone.
The Senate's Driverless Car Bill Is Broadly Deregulatory and Promisingly Bipartisan. Naturally, It's Going Nowhere.
Tepid attempts at loosening federal regulations have crashed into senatorial intransigence.
After a fatality involving one of its autonomous cars, Uber is replacing 100 of its monitors with 55 technical specialists to improve feedback.
The Arizona crash was caused by two human drivers, at least one of whom ran a red light. The car was just in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Conventional cars didn't need FDA-style regulation, and neither do self-driving cars.
Self-driving cars are likely to save lives. One tragic, accidental death should not stop that from happening. Keep testing.
This unfortunate accident will not slow down the autonomous vehicle revolution.
George Hotz wants to remake everything from your car to your phone, cheaper and faster than Google or Tesla.
Simplifying the rules could save lives on the highway.
Comma.ai aims to bring plug-and-play autonomy to the masses.
And neither is mass transit
Fewer and less destructive accidents also mean lower overall liability costs
Shameless crony capitalism play by Detroit automaker
The future is rushing toward us. Unfortunately, the government wants to help.
A perplexingly stupid op-ed against self-driving cars in The New York Times
What algorithms will actually save the most lives in the long run?
Human drivers in other vehicles seem prone to rear-ending Google's robot cars.
Innovation is an opportunity for some to expand government power.
Two city aldermen say it's about protecting pedestrians, but it's really about protecting taxi companies.
No Innovation Without Regulation: 'Safety Experts' Alarmed by Uber's Self-Driving Cars in Pittsburgh
What is not permitted is prohibited
Also, Uber self-driving project launches in Pittsburgh
Ronald Bailey answers questions on the future of self-driving cars over at TribLive
Are you among the timorous or will you embrace the hands-free future?
"All government needs to do for the next transportation revolution [is to] get out of the road."
Self-Driving Vehicles Experience Higher Accident Rate Than Conventional Cars, Says Preliminary Study
But all reported accidents are the fault of conventional cars.
The problem of programming ethics into autonomous vehicles
Self-driving vehicles are legal in most states.
What is the self-driving equivalent of flipping the bird?
Trains were cutting-edge technology. In 1825.
Congratulations to Delphi on this feat
The UK wants driverless cars on the road without onerous rules.