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Groceries delivered in a tiny van that looks like a lunch box

Groceries delivered in a tiny van that looks like a lunch box.

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A little spooky — but with a perky musical score

It's easy to ignore the daily onslaught of stories about autonomous cars, which still seem a lot like vaporware to some of us. Plus, those things are for somebody else, right, not a righteous car enthusiast like you or me. But here's a brief video that shows the technology is not in some far-off future, it's rolling around on the streets of Phoenix and a few other cities right now. And this is not just an autonomous car. It's not just a self-driving car. It's a completely driverless car. The hum

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The American Center for Mobility opens as region gets buried in snow and cold.

The facility is on the site of a former World War II bomber plant opened by Ford and later operated by GM.

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The Swedish company unveiled this driverless prototype.

The future looks weird.

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Another milestone on the autonomous road.

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World’s first autonomous taxis debut in Singapore.

This Cambridge, MA, company is offering rides in Renaults and Mitsubishis.

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Autoblog's UPSHIFT 2016 conference happens on October 6th in Detroit.

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The carts will be fully autonomous by late 2017 or early 2018.

Combat-wounded soldiers won't miss doctor's appointments and the Army learns more about driverless vehicles.

IBM Vice President of Watson Internet of Things will speak at Autoblog UPSHIFT 2016 on October 6 in Detroit.

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Is it still true that there's no such thing as bad publicity?

Joshua Brown's fatality at the wheel of a Tesla Model S didn't have a big impact on the public's perception of autonomous driving technology.

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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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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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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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This time, it was a Model X driving along the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Both the vehicle's owner and passenger walked away from the accident, which the Pennsylvania State Police plan to issue a ticket over.

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Autonomous enthusiasts at Thunderhill Raceway and a visit with George Hotz.

Translogic host Jonathon Buckley heads to Thunderhill Raceway for the first Autonomous Track Day. We catch up with Silicon Valley entrepreneur and event organizer Joshua Schachter to find out if driverless cars will ever race themselves.

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Time to throw out that tennis ball on a string in the garage.

Home Zone Park Assist is another baby step on the road to autonomous cars.

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