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From Horseless Carriage to Driverless Car
Driverless cars will be tested on California roads for the first time without a human being behind a steering wheel under new rules for the fast-developing technology. The regulations approved Feb. 26, 2018, are a major step toward getting autonomous ... read more
Sid McKeen: From horseless carriage to driverless car and back
Psychology is a very funny thing. I expect you’ve noticed that. Polls show that 75 percent of American drivers today are apprehensive about riding in a driverless car. You may be one of them. I know I am. So it was no surprise to hear a lot of nervous ... read more
From horseless to driverless: Next big opportunity for tech?
The paper promoted the event as a Competition for Horseless Carriages ... These self driving cars, when they happen, can potentially change the adoption of on-demand, and transform who buys cars. Driverless cars in on-demand car service cuts the cost ... read more
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Driverless cars are here — now what?
This week, the United States Government issued a set of guidelines for driverless cars, including regulation and road ... Automation is the biggest advancement in motor vehicles since the horseless carriage, and just as roads upgraded from dirt to ... read more
Antique car enthusiasts gather in Dartmouth to learn American driving history
Inside, Cutler detailed his lifelong interest in old cars, which led to his membership in the Horseless Carriage Club of America, an association of early automobile buffs. It was a motor tour in a 1907 Maxwell, a two-cylinder classic that was among the ... read more
What’s The Most Technologically Advanced Car Ever Built?
The driverless car is the first automobile to go from horseless carriage to something more like a mechanical horse, where the human operator has a relationship with a semi-autonomous steed. When we're all cruising around on these mass market Herbies ... read more
Driverless Cars and the Revenge of the Moral Equivalent of Hostlers and Horse-Drawn Carriage Makers
This is akin to asking "Ford Motors wants horseless carriages ... In 1914 there were 4,600 carriage companies operating; by 1929 there were fewer than 90. Kitman also worries that the advent of driverless cars will force governments (which have not ... read more
Horseless carriage designer wants to bring 'Great Gatsby' era cars to Central Park
Jason Wenig of the Creative Workshop in Florida is building a prototype of an electric "horseless carriage" that could debut on city streets in about a year. "It's a turn-of-the-century brass-era car reenvisioned for modern use," said Wenig, who is using ... read more
From driverless cars to pilotless aircrafts
This is a sequel to an earlier article by the author – “From horseless to driverless: Next big opportunity for tech? published by Forbes India on technology enabled paradigm shifts. Can new technologies take it to the next level from driverless cars ... read more