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To win over humans, Google's self-driving car must clear a high bar

The flawed analyses of Google's accident record illustrated the bar that the self-driving car will need to cross to be accepted. It must not only be safer than human drivers, but unquestionably safe.  » READ
 

Which road to self-driving tech will win?

 

Who owns vehicle-generated data?

 

Love 'em or hate 'em, handle call centers the right way

 

Piech's out at VW -- for the moment

 

Blogs

DAVE GUILFORD

Sergio's merger talk could mean more heartburn for FCA workers

Reaction to Sergio Marchionne's campaign to spur mergers has focused on other automakers, who seem notably unenthused, at least in public. But I wonder about the reaction in Marchionne's own house, Fiat Chrysler.  » READ
 

Editorials

Vigor, vigilance are just what we need from NHTSA

Federal auto regulators are cracking down. This month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has forced Takata Corp. finally to admit that its recalled airbags are defective and has set a July 2 public hearing to investigate Fiat Chrysler's performance in a series of 20 recalls.  » READ
 

Letters to the Editor

Vigor, vigilance are just what we need from NHTSA

Federal auto regulators are cracking down. This month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has forced Takata Corp. finally to admit that its recalled airbags are defective and has set a July 2 public hearing to investigate Fiat Chrysler's performance in a series of 20 recalls.  » READ