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But the company still needs to find partners to support its efforts.

Volvo puts the target on its back. Can the Swedish company deliver?

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Mark Rosekind didn't explicitly mention the death of Joshua Brown in his speech.

"If we wait for perfect, we'll be waiting for a very, very long time."

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There's no timeline for the government to publish its new rules.

China is working on new autonomous drive regulations, which could be bad news for fast-advancing auto companies.

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Civil Maps. Remember that name. The California startup is definitely on Ford's radar.

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The company reiterated its plans to accept liability for its autonomous products.

Volvo's CEO believes that drivers still want to drive. That's a sentiment we can really get behind.

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New sensor suite might also be around the corner.

What we know, or think we know, about the next version of Tesla's Autopilot.

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The city gets $140 million for electric, autonomous, and connected transport.

Columbus, Ohio has earned $140 million to be a living laboratory for the future of transport. Don't act so surprised.

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Uncle Sam is taking baby steps compared to full-scale automakers.

The Army's four-unit convoy will operate on I-69 and use short-range communications to transmit data between vehicles and a series of road-side sensors.

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Using Tesla's much talked about autopilot feature to play pranks on the unsuspecting is a growing trend.

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Otto was founded by former Googlers Anthony Levandowski, Lior Ron, Don Burnette, and Claire Delaunay to "rethink" commercial trucking.

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Plus: News and analysis on Ferrari’s CEO shuffle and Mercedes’ mysterious pickup truck.

We analyze the week's events with a focus on the Google-FCA autonomous car deal.

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The experiment could include up to 100 vehicles on China's ultra-congested roads.

Volvo is planning to dispatch 100 autonomous vehicles on Chinese roads to look at how its latest technology impacts heavy congestion and pollution.

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If you don't need traffic lights, there's no reason to install them.

The way we change transport could change the way our cities look. It probably will, in fact.

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CMU offers the EPA info on how to incorporate self-driving tech into testing.

Incorporating autonomy into EPA driving cycles could influence how automakers program their cars.

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ABI Research predicts 400M users by 2030.

By 2030, 400 million people could be relying on robotic carsharing services to summon driverless cars to their doors.

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The 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is the first autonomous vehicle to test in Nevada that doesn't need extra sensors or hardware for its evaluations.

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Drive Wise Sub-Brand Focuses On The Future

Kia will launch the Drive Wise sub-brand at CES as a way to market its advanced assistance features going forward. The company's ultimate goal is to produce a fully autonomous vehicle by 2030.

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New technology from General Motors and Mobileye could use a whole fleet of customer vehicles to create constantly updating maps of the road.

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New "Puck" Cuts Sensor Requirement From Four To Two Per Vehicle

Ford is set to triple the size of its autonomous vehicle fleet and fit its newest vehicle with a next-generation sensor system.

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George Hotz: "I live by morals, I don't live by laws."

George Hotz, who was the first to hack into the iPhone back in 2007, is ready to take on Tesla and other autonomous cars with his own DIY AI software.

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Autonomous, Platooning Electric Pods, Anyone?

NEXT Future Transportation believes its app-based ride sharing autonomous pods are what's next in transportation. Could we all be riding in platooning, battery-powered pods by 2020?

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