Tag Archives: Autonomous

What is the final destination of autonomous vehicles?

Are we ready for it, as Taylor Swift might ask…At the end of last month, the British Computer Society held a talk on whether the big “we” (humans) are ready for autonomous vehicles. Given that autonomous vehicles have already generated … Continue reading

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Are autonomous vehicles really safer than humans?

The mere notion of a self-driving vehicle furnishes the world with the exceptional opportunity to profoundly change today’s transportation industry. At the early stages, autonomous vehicles were nothing but a marvel far beyond our comprehension, much like if you were … Continue reading

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Autonomous Drones: Rise of the Machines

This weekend I was fortunate enough to attend the New York City Drone Film Festival in Tribeca and appear on a panel with some of my Fox colleagues about legal issues in the drone world.  I also watched the panel … Continue reading

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Fully Autonomous Car Testing Permit Applications Available Now

Fully Autonomous Car Testing Permit Applications Available March 2 I’m Ed Smith, a car accident lawyer in Sacramento. Beginning in April, Sacramento drivers may start to see fully autonomous driverless vehicles sharing the roads around the state. Although the new … Continue reading

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Ford Proposes Autonomous Police Cars

Ford has filed a patent application with the federal government in which it proposes plans for autonomous police squad cars that can monitor traffic and issue tickets and warnings for traffic violations. The autonomous squad cars could add an interesting … Continue reading

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