Self-Driving Cars

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On the Road With Autonomous Vehicles and the Insurance Industry, Issue No. 3

Autonomous Vehicles and Liability - Autonomous vehicles (AVs) promise to deliver greater safety by significantly reducing accidents caused by driver error. However, AVs will not eliminate accidents, and associated...more

Automobile Technology- Set to Change the Face of Liability Litigation

Google recently announced its first truly driverless vehicle. Google’s vehicle allows an individual to “drive” a car while never touching the steering wheel. It is completely autonomous. It is sure to be the first of many...more

Expect tort potholes for self-driving cars

While self-driving cars have the potential to significantly reduce auto accidents and injuries, autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles do not fit neatly into the current motor vehicle and insurance regulatory regimes....more

Connected Cars – legal issues and hurdles!

Connected cars are expected to generate $ 131.9 billion by 2019 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 34.7% from 2013 to 2019. But such growth shall face legal issues that not only affect data protection matters, but...more

Should Google’s “Driverless” Cars Require Code of Ethics Training?

Remember back in elementary school, when the teacher had you draw what you thought life would be like in 15 years? People living on Mars and flying automobiles dominated my adolescent thoughts. Fast forward 14 years later,...more

Status Updates - August 2014 #13

..Blind spots. Self-driving cars are an excellent example of innovation, and the ones with Google technology have already traveled more than 700,000 miles. But what if a self-driving car doesn’t “see” a new traffic light or a...more

Will Self-Driving Cars be Accepted by Consumers?

As recently discussed on Dashboard Insights, 68% of global automotive industry executives expect self-driving cars to be on the market by 2025. While self-driving cars may be on the market within the next decade, will...more

Sale of Self-Driving Cars to Consumers by 2025?

More and more, self-driving cars are morphing from fantasy portrayed in futuristic societies to reality. Google’s autonomous prototype and California’s proposed regulations regarding the testing of self-driving cars on public...more

Is it a Car or a Computer on Wheels?

Historically, the most sought after features of a car were horsepower, torque and other performance related metrics. However, the importance of the car’s power and towing capacity is increasingly taking a back seat to the...more

On the Road With Autonomous Vehicles and the Insurance Industry, Issue No. 1

Autonomous vehicles (AVs) are no longer a futuristic concept, but a present day reality. Automobile manufacturers and software companies – Google in particular – have created driverless cars that are being tested on public...more

Week in Review

How did you commute to work this morning? Google's self-driving car prototype unveiled this week may soon change your answer. Google is hoping that, within the next decade, these cars may alleviate the most miserable part...more

California Announces Regulations for Autonomous Car Testing

Just as manufacturers and other businesses at the edge of autonomous vehicle technology are announcing advances in the field—including, most recently, Google’s fully-autonomous prototype vehicle, featuring no controls other...more

Self-Driving Cars – This Is What The Future Holds

Google’s self-driving cars are coming along quite well! Google’s software is divided into four categories: moving vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists and stationary things such as signs, curbs and parked cars. The new technology...more

Driverless Car Technology – Legislation Slow to Keep Pace

Major technology companies have already logged 300,000 miles on U.S. roads with self driving cars. Driverless (or automated or autonomous) vehicle technology is rapidly advancing and states are starting to enact legislation....more

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