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Smart Cars and Dumb Plagiarism

Yesterday, automotive API startup Smartcar posted a blog entry calling out its competitor, Otonomo, for allegedly plagiarism of its API documentation. The news was widely picked up by the tech press, including TechCrunch, which highlighted Smartcar’s provided examples and the … Continue reading

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The Road to Automated & Connected Cars Is Not a Straight One

It seems that everyone is doing studies or adopting positions on automated/connected cars these days. That is understandable given the potential ramifications on subjects including safety, ability to function in adverse weather, infrastructure, traffic, public transit, cybersecurity, data volumes, privacy, … Continue reading

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SoftBank and Other Investors May Buy $1 Billion Stake in Uber’s Self-Driving Cars

The talks precede Uber’s initial public offering and may ease worries about how costly it is to develop autonomous vehicles. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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Will Self-Driving Cars Help Prevent St. Louis Car Accidents?

Many people are still suspicious of the life-saving potential that self-driving cars have, pointing to the fatalities that involve this type of vehicle. Whether it is because of distracted driving, driving under the influence, road rage, substance abuse, drowsy driving, … Continue reading

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Companies Behaving Badly Part 4: General Motors Refuses to Recall Cars

On Monday, we began a week long feature on our blog about major companies and organizations that engaged in poor corporate conduct. The list of these companies and their bad deeds are courtesy of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), … Continue reading

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