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California announces new policies for autonomous and self-driving cars

California has announced new regulation revisions designed to allow for the public use of self-driving cars. This will allow self-driving vehicles that have no human driver in the driver’s seat to operate on public roads. The post California announces new policies for autonomous and self-driving cars appeared first on Digital …

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MIT camera can ‘see’ around corners by analyzing nearly invisible shadows

Researchers at MIT have developed a smart new camera system that uses almost invisible information about light reflections to detect objects around corners — and all in real time, too. The post MIT camera can ‘see’ around corners by analyzing nearly invisible shadows appeared first on Digital Trends. Source link

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Nvidia’s new Pegasus AI computer is designed to drive autonomous taxis

Nvidia revealed a new artificial intelligence computer based on its Drive PX platform designed specifically to bring Level 5 (completely self-driving) autonomous vehicles to market. The Drive PX Pegasus builds on its predecessor the Drive PX 2, offering over 10 times as many operations per second in terms of computing …

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Self-driving law jumps congressional hurdle on track to bipartisan approval

Following a near-unanimous approval of the House Self-Drive Act, the Senate Commerce Committee passed its own version out of committee. Next steps include Senate and House of Representatives finalizing a self-driving law. The post Self-driving law jumps congressional hurdle on track to bipartisan approval appeared first on Digital Trends. Source …

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Udacity spin-out Voyage is testing self-driving cars in retirement communities

Voyage, the self-driving technology company that spun out of Udacity earlier this year when some executives and students decided to commercialize their work, has been testing its autonomous vehicles in a retirement community in San Jose, and is looking to expand its trial. The testing at Villages Golf and Country …

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Judge delays Waymo/Uber trial until December 4th

This morning, Judge William Alsup ruled that the Waymo v. Uber trial would be delayed until December 4th. The trial had initially been expected to start with jury selection on October 10th. Ultimately, this gives Waymo additional time to review new documents associated with the Stroz report in advance of …

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