• California will allow self-driving cars with no human driver on public roads next year

    2 monthes ago - By High Gear Media

    California is anything but the wild West when it comes to testing self-driving cars. The state requires automakers and technology companies to adhere to strict regulations. Most notably, there must be a human driver behind the wheel of any self-driving car. Next year, California will change that. The California Department of Motor Vehicles...
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  • Not Dreamin': California Paves Way for Driverless Cars in 2018

    Not Dreamin': California Paves Way for Driverless Cars in 2018

    2 monthes ago - By Car and Driver

    California has inched one step closer to permitting the testing of fully driverless vehicles on its public roads, a development that could come as soon as 2018. Officials with the state's Department of Motor Vehicles have unveiled long-awaited revisions of proposed regulations that pave the way for further testing and deployment of autonomous vehicles in the state, including those that no longer have human drivers. - Despite a few minor changes, the proposed regulations are consistent with those outlined by the California DMV earlier this year. Manufacturers and other members of the public...
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  • Nvidia aims to make Level-5 self-driving cars a reality with supercomputer chip

    Nvidia aims to make Level-5 self-driving cars a reality with supercomputer chip

    2 monthes ago - By High Gear Media

    Nvidia may be best known for its computer graphics cards, but its new supercomputer chip may one day be a car's brain-and in the not-too-distant future to boot. The company revealed its latest artificial intelligence computer called Pegasus, and the company developed it with Level-5 self-driving cars in mind. The scale of autonomy ranges...
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  • California To Permit Self-Driving Cars Without Drivers

    California To Permit Self-Driving Cars Without Drivers

    2 monthes ago - By Car Scoops

    Regulators in California have announced a selection of revised rules which will allow self-driving cars to travel throughout the state without human drivers.
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