self driving cars
Complex software is never, ever perfect.
We can anticipate a reduction in cars per capita of 20 to 30 per cent in the next decade.
The extinction of the traditional classroom and insects as food are part of Canada's future, a majority say.
"Autonomous Vehicles" (AV') - recall a futuristic scene with robots delivering your mail and drones dropping the latest smartphone
It’s not only drivers who are at risk.
Tesla is developing its own ride-hailing service.
There's still a driver behind the wheel, for now.
Hidden beneath the veil of popular drive-enhancing technology such as autonomous driving and all-electric sits a feature that doesn't get a lot of time in the spotlight. Rightfully so, as most attempts have proven frustrating, useless, and otherwise a sad, one-trick pony. It's the one feature that is rarely a top 3 deciding factor when someone buys a car: voice-activated driving.
If there was still any doubt that driverless cars are happening, the news coming out of the world's automakers this week
On the morning of Oct. 28, 2015, 12 pedestrians were struck by cars in the City of Toronto. While some would say it's the result of a wet, grey day, this statistic follows an average of six pedestrians being hit each day, a stunningly high number set to increase as density intensifies and our population ages.