Tesla 'Autopilot' Gets Lost In Translation On China Website, Man CrashesRecently, the word 'Autopilot' has gotten lost in translation on Tesla's Chinese website, prompting confusion, complaints and even accidents.
Self-Driving Trucks Tested On Concord Naval GroundsSelf-driving cars are rolling around America’s roads, and commercial vehicles are close behind.
Robot Roaming Stanford Campus Learning Etiquette Of Sharing Public SpacesStanford researchers have opened up an etiquette school of sorts – for robots.
Driver Watching 'Harry Potter' At Time Of Fatal Tesla CrashThe driver killed with his self-driving Tesla crashed on a Florida highway during a test drive had a history of speeding.
Video Shows Tesla Driver Apparently Sleeping While Car On AutopilotA video has surfaced of a Tesla driver who may have been sleeping while the electric car was in Autopilot.
Google Adds Chrysler Minivans To Self-Driving FleetFiat Chrysler and Google will work together to more than double the size of Google's self-driving vehicle fleet by adding 100 Chrysler Pacifica minivans.
Google In Advanced Talks With Fiat Chrysler On Self-Driving Car ProjectFiat Chrysler and Google’s self-driving car project are in advanced talks to form a technical partnership.
Automakers, Tech Experts Meet At Stanford To Discuss Future Of Self-Driving CarsAutomakers, technology experts, and several auto companies from around the globe held a meeting at Stanford Wednesday to talk about the future of self-driving cars.
Hipster Bikes Are Confusing Google's Self-Driving CarsIn the 1.1 million miles driven in autonomous mode, Google's self-driving cars have had lots of practice dealing with bicycles.
Self-Driving Google Cars Ready To Hit South Bay Streets This SummerThe latest version of Google's self-driving car — a pod-like two-seater that needs no gas pedal or steering wheel — will make its debut on public roads this summer, a significant step in the technology giant's mission to have driverless cars available to consumers in the next five years.
Motion Sickness May Impact 6-12 Percent Of Riders In Self-Driving Cars, Study FindsAs Silicon Valley tech giants and major automakers push forward on automated vehicle technology, a new study finds some people could experience significant motion sickness in the advanced cars.