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This is Waymo's first acknowledgement of working with a collaborator.

This is Waymo's first acknowledgement of working with a collaborator.

And expect to watch some 'drive-in movies' — and a lot more ads.

When fully autonomous vehicles hit the road en masse, we can expect fewer accidents, less traffic, and reduced tailpipe emissions. But according to two reports, we could also see sharp increases in the consumption of booze due to self-driving cars, and even more time spent staring at screens, binge watching and being bombarded by ads. In a recent report, Morgan Stanley predicted that booze will get a significant boost in sales since the technology could allow people to drink more if they know t

In May, Waymo and Lyft announced they were working together on testing self-driving taxis.

HERE's going not just there, but everywhere autonomy is needed

It's partnering on "new mobility world" projects in Munich and Berlin

It's partnering on "new mobility world" projects in Munich and Berlin

It's collecting data from human drivers who disguise themselves as car seats

It's collecting data from human drivers who disguise themselves as car seats.

It's the first to meet safety and redundancy-system standards

It's the first to meet safety and redundancy-system standards, he says.

"We have to make sure we are doing it right because lives are involved"

"I am concerned we are moving too fast in a very, very strategic area that we have to make sure we are doing it right because lives are involved."

The Formula E champion says he’ll continue to race

Di Grassi wants to elevate the status of the driverless racing series.

It knows how you feel

It knows how you feel and what you want.

Forget the steering wheel, pedals, and safety equipment.

If you're ready to relinquish control of your car, click here.

EV said to be one of four electric BMWs at the show, would launch in 2021

It could have a range of up to 435 miles.

Unintended consequences will be inevitable

The utopians see benefits to autonomy, but brace yourself for the unintended consequences

Each will have a driver in the front seat in case something goes wrong

There will be initially a small number of cars available, each with a driver in the front seat in case something goes wrong.

"We're going to give it a shot and see what happens," Quicken Loans' Dan Gilbert says

"We're going to give it a shot and see what happens," Quicken Loans' Dan Gilbert says.

House, meanwhile, is expected to vote on the issue Wednesday

In a world where the Tesla Model 3 and Chevy Bolt exist, can the Nissan Leaf continue its success?

Range isn't everything.

Semi-autonomous driving and self-parking technology will be on offer

ProPilot is but a piece of the larger Leaf story.

With Apple refocusing its automotive efforts, Zoox is putting former Project Titan engineers in use.

This could potentially relax restrictions on what's legal to drive on public roads.

No more lidar domes or other bristling bits

No more lidar domes or other bristling bits.

Intel identifies seven issues for autonomous passengers.

Recent study shows the risk-reward argument everyday consumers have over the tech.

This concept is meant to be shared.

Think electric, autonomous and connected.

It included a Humvee with an automated machine gun targeting system.

Robots do the dirty work.

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