FMG will start a RAC Intellibus style trial of driverless vehicles in Karratha.
- by staff writers
While Uber is off the hook from prosecution in Arizona, authorities could still charge the driver in the fatal self-driving car crash.
A fast take-up of the technology over the next decade would shave billions of dollars from the cost of congestion to Australia's economy, new modelling shows.
- by Matt O'Sullivan
QUT engineers are embarking on a 1200km road trip to train driverless vehicle AI how to deal with unpredictable Australian roads conditions.
- by Stuart Layt
You could drive around in a hatchback during the week and hop in a Mustang to cruise down the coast on the weekend.
- by Felicity Caldwell
The attacks give an early look at public misgivings over the rise of artificial intelligence, with complaints about safety to possible job losses.
- by Simon Romero
The company has pledged to put two human backup drivers in each vehicle and take a raft of other precautions to make the vehicles safe.
The murky circumstances surrounding the departure of the Australian founder of one Silicon Valley’s hottest startups is starting to become clearer.
- by John McDuling
RAC WA unveiled the €300,000 ($490,000) 'Intellicar' on Wednesday.
- by Hamish Hastie
Young people and men were the most likely to use the new technology.
- by Andrew Brown