Tesla's FSD Suite Likely Won't Be Certified For Driverless Operation This Year

It seems like Musk has flipped again.

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Aston Martin Jumps on the Autonomous Bandwagon With Sleek Concept

Lagonda, a subsidiary of British boutique automaker Aston Martin, just revealed a sumptuous new autonomous concept car at the Geneva motor show, one that presages what this brand’s future vehicles will look like.

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Lyft is Offering Rides in a Semi-Autonomous BMW 5 Series During CES

Ride sharing app Lyft has teamed up with automated driving technology firm Aptiv to offer rides in a semi-autonomous BMW 5 Series during CES in Las Vegas later this month.

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Google's Alphabet Invests Another $500M in Lyft

The investment fund in charge of Google’s Alphabet sub-brand, CapitalG, has invested another $500 million into ride-sharing app Lyft.

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Waymo is Now Testing Driverless, Autonomous Cars in Arizona

Google’s self-driving car offshoot, Waymo, has become one of the first companies to test fully autonomous, driverless cars on public roadways in the United States. 
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Magna Has Developed Universal, Plug-In Autonomous Tech

Magna has developed autonomous technology that can be installed on almost any vehicle, transforming it into a level 4 self-driving vehicle.

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Is This Apple's 'Project Titan' Self-Driving Car?

Apple has been caught testing modified Dodge Grand Caravans around the metro Detroit area for the first time.  

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Rinspeed Budii Concept to Debut at Geneva Motor Show

The Geneva Motor Show, which opens to the press next month, is a top venue for supercars and other exotic reveals. Appropriately vehicle builder and tuner Rinspeed is debuting an autonomous concept called the Budii.

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Audi A7 to Demonstrate Piloted Driving on Florida Freeway

Next Monday, Audi will be demonstrating its progress towards autonomous driving in public.

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Driverless Cars "Not in My Lifetime" Says Toyota USA CEO

According to Tesla, General Motors and Mercedez-Benz, driverless cars are coming soon, but the head of Toyota USA thinks those claims are being exaggerated.

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Race Driver Brains Used in Self-Driven Car Development

Try as they might, proponents for autonomous cars will always struggle to argue that a computer can drive safely around man-operated vehicles. That is, unless a group of scientists from Standford’s Revs program have their way.

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Autonomous Car Bill Passed by California Senate

Google’s self-driving car is pretty ugly with its roof-mounted unit that allows for  autonomous driving, but that isn’t stopping it from getting attention from a second state senate.

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Google Takes Autonomous Car to Washington D.C. in Search Of Country Wide Legalization

Just a day after Google was awarded a driver’s license for its self-driving car, the tech giant brought one of its autonomous Toyota Prius out to Washington D.C. in hopes to make driverless cars legal in the United States.

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Google's Driverless Car Gets Its Own Driver's License

The state of Nevada has just become the first to issue a driver’s license to a car.

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37 Percent of Americans Interested in Autonomous Driving Technology: Study

With Google’s driverless cars making headlines, the public sentiment towards autonomous driving technology appears to be on the rise with a new J.D. Power study revealing that 37% of American vehicle owners are interested in such systems.

Part of the findings in the larger 2012 US Emerging Technologies Study, it’s less of an endorsement of cars that drive themselves completely, and more of a reflection of how consumers regard partial-autonomus driving aides where the car, at times, takes over control. Examples of such technologies include Volvo’s Full Auto Brake feature that can bring the car to a complete stop if a potential crash is detected, or even Lane Keeping and Blind Spot systems that will pull a car back into its lane in certain cases.

When owners were informed that the cost of such technologies could add $3,000 to the price of a car 20% still said they “definitely would” or “probably would” purchase such features in their next vehicle.

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