A group of senators led by South Dakota Republican John Thune wants to let companies rush self-driving cars to market before any federal safety standards related to autonomous systems have been drafted.
A bill in Congress to allow large numbers of self-driving cars on American streets needs substantial revisions to protect people inside and outside of autonomous vehicles.
The backup driver was distracted. Sensors that are supposed to detect pedestrians failed.
State rep Michael J. Zalewski says the law is needed to fill a "legislative vacuum." The bill as written would prevent municipalities from banning the technology.
A system in which AV companies make the rules is going to fail.
Last week, we brought you the best 10 pictures from our photo contest of biking and walking in the rain and snow. They were pretty beautiful, weren’t they? Well, unfortunately, someone got a little too enthusiastic about his or her favorite pictures and hacked the voting over the weekend. We’ve made a more secure form […]