Disabled Man Gets License, Shows Driverless Tech's PotentialFormer Indy Racing League driver Sam Schmidt, who was paralyzed in an accident 16 years ago, hasn't been able to drive around his neighborhood — until now.
US Army To Test Driverless Vehicle Technology On I-69 In MichiganThe stretch of I-69 in St. Clair and Lapeer counties in Michigan was chosen for testing in part because of its proximity to and international border crossing.
Robot Truckers: Startup Wants To Put Self-Driving Big Rigs On US HighwaysTo many, that might seem a frightening idea, even at a time when a few dozen of Google's driverless cars are cruising city streets.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving Aren't Against Driverless CarsThe head of Mothers Against Drunk Driving has come out in favor of driverless car technology.
Experts Caution Self-Driving Cars Aren't Ready For Roads"Self-driving cars simply aren't ready to safely manage too many routine traffic situations without human intervention."
General Motors Invests $500m In Lyft, Forms PartnershipGM and ride-hailing company Lyft Inc. are forming an unprecedented partnership that could help them beat their rivals to the self-driving future.
Ford Starts Testing Autonomous Vehicles In U-M's Simulated CityThe Dearborn-based company says it's the first automaker to test such vehicles at the 32-acre site, which officially opened in July on the university's Ann Arbor campus.
GM Warns The Valley: Prepare To Compete Over Driverless CarsMove that tiny self-driving pod out of the way.
High-Tech Cars Bring Detroit, Silicon Valley Face To FaceThe convergence of cars and computers is blurring the traditional geographical boundaries of both industries.
2 Visions Emerge For Getting Self-Driving Cars On The RoadTwo competing visions could determine how you first experience a driverless car.
While Michigan Ramps Up Technology, Google's Self-Driving Cars Crash 11 Times In CaliforniaRegulators in Nevada, Michigan and Florida told The Associated Press that they weren't aware of any accidents.
Google Expects Public In Driverless Cars In 2 To 5 YearsGoogle has hired Roush Enterprises Inc., a Detroit-area company that designs and builds prototypes for the auto industry, to build 150 prototype Google autonomous cars.