Excerpt: Are We There Yet?
Autonomous vehicles are usually conservative. This one screeches its tires.
Why humans, and by extension our machines, are so determined to “read” people.
Delivering cooked soup is easy, but it turns out delivering the ingredients to make it is hard.
With virtual rides, researchers can run thousands of scenarios at once and take advantage of sped up 'sim time.'
Inside a self-driving car's lane-change calculus.
MIT is working on autonomous cars that don't need good maps.
Uber, Lyft, and others want self-driving cars in city centers—but only if they operate as a fleet.
Accidents involving autonomous cars can trigger a complex blame game.
Robo cars will force us off asphalt—and into the great out there.
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