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Velodyne-Boston Dynamics, Autonomous Trucking, Self-Driving Doubts Grow
As pedestrian deaths spike, a report from the National Safety Council signals a fundamental shift in focus from passengers to passersby.
Samsung’s cutback signals the next inventory reduction cycle in response to inflationary pressures.
ADAS features designed to protect pedestrians take on importance in upcoming spin of NHTSA new-car safety rating system.
Revenues from road users ought not be committed primarily to roads.
Electronics inside Russian weapons, security hole in Mega cloud, China’s space-based solar power station
A ‘deep-tech’ investment fund emerges as a key player in the drive to revive U.S. semiconductor manufacturing.
The chip maker hopes to bring together all the software for a next-generation vehicle platform – but without a big, central CPU at the wheel.
Managing a fast-growing open-source community is not for the fainthearted, but Mark Himelstein keeps the new specs coming.
The nation’s intractable disunity may offer an opening for Western industrialists.
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