Self-driving companies to consumers: Hop inMon, 01, May 2017
Google will begin testing autonomous cars with consumersTue, 25, Apr 2017
Where Waymo fits inMon, 30, Jan 2017
'Tinkering' gets results at WaymoMon, 16, Jan 2017
How Waymo decided to go driverlessTue, 10, Jan 2017
John Krafcik, head of what used to be Google's self-driving project, said the company's approach to automation was determined after observing how drivers responded to advanced driver assist technologies.
Google's Waymo to show self-driving Pacifica in DetroitTue, 20, Dec 2016
Waymo, Google's new autonomous-technology unit, will debut its self-driving Chrysler Pacifica at the Detroit auto show. The minivan, co-developed with FCA in a plan to deploy a fleet of 100 autonomous vehicles, will be displayed on stage during Waymo CEO John Krafcik's address on Sunday, Jan. 8.
China's GAC highlights newcomers to the main floor at Detroit auto showThu, 15, Dec 2016
Chinese automaker GAC Motor will have a display on the main floor of the 2017 Detroit auto show this year, a notable addition in a year in which several brands will skip the show and Fiat Chrysler will not hold a press conference.
Google's Krafcik will address AN World CongressMon, 07, Nov 2016
John Krafcik, CEO of Google's self-driving car project, will speak at the Automotive News World Congress on Jan. 10. The former Hyundai Motor America CEO and longtime Ford executive joined Google in September 2015.
Google seeks changes in Mich. robot car legislationWed, 14, Sep 2016
Google has proposed changes to two bills intended to advance autonomous driving in Michigan, citing concerns that companies that don't build cars -- such as the Silicon Valley tech giant -- would be excluded from their protections.
AutoNews Now: Ford's pitch to investorsWed, 14, Sep 2016
Krafcik to keynote Detroit auto show's AutoMobili-D expoTue, 13, Sep 2016
The Detroit auto show's new AutoMobili-D exposition has its keynote speaker: John Krafcik, CEO of Google's self-driving car project. Krafcik is set to give a presentation on Sunday, Jan. 8, on the first day of AutoMobili-D. It runs until Thursday, Jan. 12.
Google car project loses leaders -- and advantage -- as rivals gainMon, 12, Sep 2016
Once considered a leader in the field, Google has lost its first-mover advantage to other companies pursuing more practical, less-ambitious self-driving car services, said former members of the project and other people familiar with the situation