The 1865 Locomotive Acts obliged cars to drive at a maximum speed of 6 km per hour and be preceded by a man on foot blowing a horn. The law changed slowly as the public view evolved. Today, the rise of autonomous vehicles calls for further changes in transport and other industries. It is clear that the development and adoption of self-driving cars will require a legal framework and the involvement of governments, but also some time before the public adapts.… [Read more]
Since ages, humans have been trying their best to increase the efficiency and creativity of their output, and one such possibility is the replacement of human-oriented work with automated machines and robots. Not only has this made our lives far more comfortable, but has also eliminated chances of errors.
A very similar prospect has been introduced by Tesla, in which driverless automobiles have been designed to conduct rides without any action from the person taking the trip.… [Read more]
With driverless cars quickly becoming a reality — both privately and commercially — it’s time to look at a few considerations for using a driverless car as part of a business.
Imagine a taxi service with driverless cars. Overhead is lower, as you won’t need a driver. But there’s one problem: In the past, hackers have remotely hacked internet-enabled cars.… [Read more]