Teague dedicated months of research to designing the futuristic self-driving pod, which could hold up to six kids at time, allow a remote adult to yell at them via intercom when they start smacking each other, automatically reroute to the hospital if the smacking gets really ugly, and move both forward and backwards, like a train. #schoolbus #hannah #autonomy

Who’s Ready to Put Their Kid on a Self-Driving School Bus? | WIREDA provocative design concept asks questions about burgeoning tech.https://www.wired.com/story/self-driving…

I’m sitting in the back of a Waymo self-driving Chrysler Pacifica parked on the side of a road inside Castle, a former air force base in central California which was leased in 2012 by the company then known simply as Google.

Waymo gave me a ride in a car with no driver - The VergePrivate roads where artificial intelligence ruleshttps://www.theverge.com/2017/10/31/1657…

Back in January, Tesla Motors introduced "Summon," a feature that allows many of its newer vehicles to park themselves. Using a smartphone or key fob, car owners can remotely command their vehicles to open garage doors, enter, park themselves and shut down. When the cars are needed again, motorists can retrieve them in the same remote way.

A Big Makeover Is Coming to the Parking Garage of the Future Thanks to AutonomyAutonomous cars will cause some substantial changes in how parking garages are designed. http://www.roadandtrack.com/new-cars/fut…

“Testing this self-driving project on public roads is so exciting, as the complexity of the environment allows us to find robust ways to increase road safety in the future. By using inputs from multiple sensors, and finding intelligent ways to process this data, we are gaining accurate technical insight to pioneer the automotive application of these technologies,” said Nick Rogers, JLR’s head of product engineering, in a (press) release.

Jaguar Land Rover Begins Testing Autonomous Vehicles in U.K. - Motor TrendToday, Jaguar Land Rover announced that it's begun testing autonomous vehicles on public roads, making it among the first to do so in the U.K.http://www.motortrend.com/news/jaguar-la…

Waymo has opened its Californian doors to the media, showcasing the self-driving tech that it says could feed the next generation of ride-hailing and public transport systems, and the slowness of the experience is an unavoidable future reality.

The Everyday Automotive Future Could Be A Slow Back-Seat Ride To BoredomWith Google's spin-off ride-sharing startup Waymo giving journalists a first taste of its vision for the future of everyday travel, the outlook isn't goodhttps://www.carthrottle.com/post/the-eve…

"Every truck we sell has Autopilot as standard," Musk said of the Semi, which goes into production in 2019. "This is a massive increase in safety."...what is not to love here?

What Does Tesla's Automated Truck Mean for Truckers? | WIREDWell, that kind of depends on what you mean by "trucker."https://www.wired.com/story/what-does-te…

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