Drivers stuck in traffic in Mexico City lately have found themselves being buzzed by a fleet of sign-toting drones. “Driving by yourself?” some scolded in Spanish. “This is why you can never see the volcanoes”—a reference to the smog that often hovers over the mega-city and obscures two nearby peaks.Read More
While Tesla’s fleet recently reached 222 million miles driven on Autopilot in about a year, Google’s fleet of self-driving cars just passed the 2-million miles mark last month after 7 years on the road. As we previously discussed, Tesla’s Autopilot miles are not really equivalent to Google’s self-driving miles, but it still gives us a good indication of the speed at which each company is deploying their semi-autonomous and autonomous programs.Read More
THOUSANDS of Saudi women have bombarded their King’s office in a fresh bid for new freedoms.
More than 2,000 sent angry messages to the office over the weekend after a petition demanding basic freedoms for women in the Islamic state.
Read the Full Article: Source – The Sun
Time For Truth: (The Sun) – Thousands Of Women Bombard Saudi King’s Office Demanding Basic Freedom
Hate standing in line at your favourite restaurant? Japanese carmaker Nissan claims to have just the thing for those sore legs.
A company video released Tuesday (Sep 27) re-enacts a busy restaurant with patrons waiting outside.Read More
Less than a month after launching the first test of self-driving vehicles on the streets in Signapore, Cambridge-based nuTonomy Inc. announced late Thursday that it had struck a deal with an Uber-like company to significantly expand the trial.Read More