Autonomous Cars

How to Make Money in Self-Driving Cars

Understand its potential, pick a key player, and stay patient.

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Tesla Autopilot v Cadillac Super Cruise




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California eyes driverless car testing with passengers

Less than a month after Uber’s fatal accident in Arizona, California regulators issue a proposal for a pilot test of passenger-carrying autonomous vehicles.


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Cop tickets a GM-owned self-driving car, though company disputes violation


A self-driving car operated by General Motors (GM) was slapped with a ticket in San Francisco on Monday after a traffic cop observed that the vehicle had failed to yield to a woman on a crosswalk.

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Uber Isolated by Partners and Competitors in Aftermath of Crash


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GM’s Cruise CTO Departs, Citing Disagreements With CEO Vogt


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3500Jaguar to supply 20,000 cars to Google’s self-driving spin-off Waymo

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Uber Self-Driving Car Struck and Killed Arizona Woman While in Autonomous Mode


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GM to invest $100mn in self-driving car manufacturing capabilities at two US facilities


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California green lights fully driverless cars for testing on public roads

New rules open the door to companies like Waymo and GM that want to test vehicles without safety drivers


Silicon Valley is winning the race to build the first driverless cars

Six companies we think are leading the race to build the first truly driverless car. Three of these – General Motors, Ford and Volkswagen – come from the existing car industry and need to integrate self-driving technology into their existing fleet of mass-produced vehicles. The other three – Tesla, Uber and Waymo (owned by the same company as Google) – are newcomers from the digital technology world of Silicon Valley and have to build a mass manufacturing capability. Read on here

GM, Waymo Top Ranking of Autonomous Car Leaders

A new study names General Motors Co. and Waymo LLC as the leaders in the autonomous car race, while placing highly touted competitors such as Tesla Inc. and Apple Inc. at the back of the pack. More here


With Easy Ride trial, Nissan takes new step towards being Uber competitor

Waymo – The world’s longest and toughest ongoing driving test


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The Toxic Brotherhoods in the Fight for the Future of Autonomous Cars

Travis Kalanick and Anthony Levandowski both believed that they were several moves ahead of everyone else involved in the autonomous vehicle revolution.


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 Developments in autonomous driving

Ghostriding for the masses

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