The Driverless Car Tipping Point Is Coming Soon

Here’s a recent prediction from Cisco’s technology trend watchers: In 5 to 7 years, it’ll cost us more to drive our cars than to let them drive us. At a moment when Google dominates the conversation in key auto tech sectors — capturingattention in May as it demonstrated its cars’ latest driverless acumen, in terms of mapping, sensing and responding — two reasonable questions emerge: How would driverless cars cost us less to use, and how close are we to commercially available models on our roads? “Considering that not only Google, but also automakers, such as Nissan, Audi and Toyota, are… Continue reading

Driverless cars could hurt insurers’ bottom lines

Thanks to breakthroughs in technology, motorists could see a gradual but substantial drop in the number and seriousness of accidents over the long term, … Continue reading

Nearly all cars to be autonomous by 2050

Well, fellow humans, we’re going to obsolete soon. A new study by IHS Automotive claims that by 2025, a mere 11 years from now, there will … Continue reading