Autonomous car companies—led by Google’s Waymo—are expected to fundamentally shift the car-buying industry in the coming decades.
Two months after one of its autonomous cars killed an Arizona woman, Uber officials want to begin testing their self-driving technology again.
Uber is getting rid of a sexual assault policy that critics claimed helped to silence victims.
The 2019 Subaru Ascent has an astounding 19 cup holders, marking the pinnacle of America’s love affair with the feature.
A Bay Area firm is targeting the very manual, somewhat dangerous world of construction equipment for automation.
If you’re injured or your vehicle is damaged by an autonomous vehicle, who do you sue, and under what laws? Lawyers are parsing the problem now.
Waymo—the Google self-driving car spinoff—is the most recent autonomous manufacturer to be involved in a car wreck.
A recent survey asked motorists if they would sue a self-driving car after an accident. A majority would.
The picture of legal liability after a self-driving car is involved in a fatal accident is largely undecided and unclear.
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