Self Driving

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Motional, the joint autonomous driving alliance between Aptiv and Hyundai, announced today that the state of Nevada has obtained permission to test its autonomous vehicles without a driver behind the wheel. The firm claims this is part of the completion of a phase of self-imposed testing and evaluation.  In the U.S., relatively few businesses have […]
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Rekor, which offers controversial license plate-scanning technology, announced today that its program will be used by the state of Oklahoma to spot uninsured vehicles on the road. The Uninsured Vehicle Compliance Diversion Policy of Oklahoma encourages uninsured drivers who are arrested by purchasing insurance and paying a $174 fee to prevent court appearances. Rekor will […]
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6.1 million autonomous miles have been driven by Waymo’s driverless vehicles in Phoenix , Arizona, including 65,000 miles without a person behind the wheel from 2019 to the first nine months of 2020. That’s according to data released today by Waymo from a recent internal study that examined a portion of accidents involving the Waymo […]
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(Reuters) Competitor Mercedes-Benz says it has built a similar device, but stops short of allowing members of the public to take it on urban roads, as Tesla promotes the cutting edge quality of its current Complete Self Driving program. The German leaders in the development of advanced driver assistance systems ( ADAS) are taking a […]
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There are a billion drivers, each a different entity, so the use of the law makes sense. But there will never be more than a handful of robocar driving systems in any given area, and probably not more than a hundred or so world-wide. Unlike the human drivers, it will be possible to get representatives from each robocar system in a town or nation in one room at the same time.
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Motional, Aptiv and Hyundai ‘s joint autonomous vehicle venture, today announced the resumption of its self-driving mobility service with Lyft in Las Vegas after the pandemic suspended operations. Starting this week, passengers can ride new Motional-branded robotic taxis, and Motional says it will emphasize safety and security measures to keep the fleet sanitized.  Some analysts […]
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Today, GM-backed driverless car start-up Cruise obtained a license from the Department of Motor Vehicles of California (DMV) to allow the company to test autonomous vehicles on public roads in San Francisco. Since 2015, while Cruise has had state authority to trial driverless vehicles with safety drivers, the new license allows the company to test […]
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They must prove conclusively that they do not pose a risk to anyone until autonomous vehicles engage in road traffic. New software developed at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) prevents accidents every millisecond by predicting various variants of a traffic situation. An intersection is approached by a car. Another vehicle jets out of the […]

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This week, The European Parliament, the body responsible for adopting European Union (EU) legislation, passed a non-binding resolution calling for a ban on law enforcement use of facial recognition technology in public places. The resolution, which also proposes a moratorium on the deployment of predictive policing software, would restrict the use of remote biometric identification unless it’s to fight “serious” crime, such as kidnapping and terrorism.

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This week, The European Parliament, the body responsible for adopting European Union (EU) legislation, passed a non-binding resolution calling for a ban on law enforcement use of facial recognition technology in public places. The resolution, which also proposes a moratorium on the deployment of predictive policing software, would restrict the use of remote biometric identification unless it’s to fight “serious” crime, such as kidnapping and terrorism.
Endless block and stair training gets you somewhere. Send in the robot army. A virtual army of 4,000 doglike robots was used to train an algorithm capable of enhancing the legwork of real-world robots, according to an initial report from Wired. And new tricks learned in the simulation could soon see execution in a neighborhood near you.

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