Please note: a version of this article first appeared in the March/April 2019 issue of IMI Magazine and was written for a motor trade audience.
Strongly-worded manufacturer statements about
The impact of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) on jobs is a hot topic this week.
In Northern Ireland, a study by the Nevin Economic Research Institute (NERI) concluded that 58% of jobs are
One of the UK’s leading transport operators, Stagecoach, is testing a full-sized autonomous bus at a depot in Manchester.
Working in partnership with vehicle manufacturer Alexander Dennis and
Much of the debate about autonomous vehicles (AVs) has focused on the driverless dilemma – who to save, or kill, in no-win crash situations.
This subject is often explored via a thought experiment
Coventry-based autonomous vehicle specialist Aurrigo has partnered with Blind Veterans UK for what it says is the world’s first real-world driverless trial involving disabled people.
Waymo, the company which began life as Google’s self-driving car project back in 2009, has posted a 16-second video of perhaps the most impressive driverless feat to date.
The signal lights on a
Please note: a version of this article first appeared in the February 2019 issue of IMI Magazine and was written for a motor trade audience.
In our Dec/Jan issue, James Dillon predicted that
short film by Mercedes-Benz about its Vision Urbanetic mobility concept has
been viewed over two million times on YouTube.
38sec video published last September showcases a self-driving,
55% of small enterprises think their fleets will be fully autonomous within 20 years, with 38% expecting it to happen in half that time, according to new research by the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi light
The Law Commission of England and Wales is currently undertaking a far-reaching review of the legal framework for driverless cars… and insurers are keen to contribute.
The deadline for submissions