Scientists unveil Martti, the Finnish car designed to handle any inclement weather.
A new breed of self-driving cars requires a whole new type of safety to keep everyone secure on the road.
The next phase of artificial intelligence involves deep learning, autonomous vehicles, and a new take on the human brain.
A white paper written by Clifford Winston, Searle Freedom Trust Fellow at Brookings and Fred Mannering at Purdue University has suggested self-driving vehicles will help solve the highway traffic and safety issues throughout the United States. Through their research, traffic congestion costs the U.S. economy $100 billion yearly.