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A billion-dollar investment in Argo AI proves Ford is taking autonomy seriously.

Ford says it wants 'Level 4' autonomous for its self-driving cars by 2021, but denies that engineers have been falling asleep behind the wheel during testing.


Tesla, Waymo, and Uber are not (yet) part of the effort.

GM, Toyota, Lyft, and Volvo are among entities decrying what they say is a patchwork of state-by-state regulations governing how to legally test and deploy autonomous vehicles.


The company now known as Waymo used to base compensation on future project value, spurring big payments.


The list of automakers that can test their self-driving cars in California is getting less and less exclusive by the minute.


The company was founded by former Google and Uber employees.


Yes, it has the requisite floating roof.

Lots of influence from the Nissan IDS concept.


Younger drivers are less skeptical, but they grew up with different movies.

Research shows skepticism for robot cars is generational.


Uber and Daimler partner up for an autonomous ridesharing fleet.

Daimler will supply vehicles for Uber's network.


Ford wants you to know it's a mobility company.


Reaction times get worse when the driver is preoccupied.


The evolution of cruise control has big implications for the future.


There are humans at the wheel, and the cars will be used solely to gather map data.


Not all of the Enhanced Autopilot features will necessarily be active right away.


US DOT picks sites the day before new administration is sworn in.

The US Department of Energy chooses the 10 sites, including two in California and others in Michigan, Iowa and Pennsylvania, where testing of autonomous vehicles can take place.


It's one of a number being tested in San Francisco, Scottsdale, and Detroit.

In addition to San Francisco, GM and Cruise are testing autonomous Bolts in Arizona and Michigan.


There won't be a recall, as there's no evidence of a defect.

The six-month probe into a fatal crash in Florida has come to an end.


We see what Ford, Toyota, and Faraday Future brought to the show.

On this Translogic, we take the Consumer Electronics Show by storm.


Behind the wheel of the new 530i and 540i.

Does all that technology spoil the driving experience for enthusiasts? Let's find out.


LeEco CEO says less than $300,000.

We can expect FF's "Tesla killer" to be somewhat cheaper here in the US.

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