1. Study finds UK drivers remain unconvinced by shift towards driverless cars

    By Perry Richardson - TaxiPoint Despite significant advances in autonomous vehicle technology, a substantial number of UK drivers remain unconvinced about the shift towards driverless cars, a study has found . A recent survey by Compare the Market indicates a strong resistance, with
  2. Following Mass Layoffs, Tesla Advertises AI Engineer Roles With $360K Salary

    By Emily Dreibelbis Tesla is hiring for a slew of AI-related positions, most of which offer six-figure salaries up to $360,000 plus benefits. Last month, CEO Elon Musk announced plans to lay off 10% of the company's workforce, or around 14,000 jobs, following poor Q1 financial resu
  3. Defense spending measure would bar Chinese lidar in U.S. military systems

    By: Stephen Nellis (Reuters) - A U.S. defense spending bill advanced by the House of Representatives this week contains a measure that would bar the use of Chinese-made lidar sensors in U.S. military systems. The measure, introduced by Rep. Elise Stefanik, a Republican from New Yor
  4. UK firm Wayve secures £860 million in funding to drive forward AI-Enhanced autonomous mobility

    By Perry Richardson - TaxiPoint Wayve, a leader in the integration of Embodied Artificial Intelligence (AI) for autonomous vehicles, has successfully secured a substantial £860 million ($1.05 billion) in its latest funding round. This Series C round, led by SoftBank Group with sign
  5. CEO Barra backs GM's push for autonomous vehicles

    (Reuters) - General Motors' CEO Mary Barra backed the Detroit automaker's efforts towards building autonomous vehicles at a Detroit Economic Club event on Thursday. WHY IT'S IMPORTANT Barra's comments come at a time when companies involved in autonomous driving technology are pushi
  6. Have your say on Australia's Future Mobility as part of my PhD research.

    🚘 We are interested in YOUR views on the rollout of autonomous vehicles (AVs) in Australia. We are also interested in the continuous deployment of electric vehicles (EVs) and how this might impact the AV rollout. 🚗 Australians 18 years of age or older are needed. 🚘 All industries a