A new report from Roland Berger highlights what Japan can gain from a network of self-driving buses.
The electric car revolution is coming.
Having a firm purpose can help leaders to navigate an uncertain and ever-changing world.
Car manufacturers are figuring out ways to make autonomous cars seem more trustworthy.
If the transit industry continues to advance at its current pace, our imaginations will have to catch up to reality rather than the other way around.
With mobility service providers set to impact car sales and revolutionize city streets, key players need to think strategically about how to adapt.
The Netherlands ranks at the top of KPMG's Autonomous Vehicles Readiness Index.
Charging ahead on plug-in hybrids and battery-powered electric vehicles, Norway is joining a growing global trend for cleaner cars.
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Three examples of researchers testing their robots in real-life environments.
As machines become more advanced, the skills we use will change dramatically.
Baidu has begun mass production of China’s first fully-automated buses, and plans to bring the technology to Japan in early 2019.
Key questions about their impact on policy, cities and the environment remain unanswered.
A new patent request could create a system that analyses customers, but is it ethical?
The government announced the plans as part of creating a more eco-friendly city.