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5 min February 23, 2017 in

Self-Driving Cars Could Disrupt Another Popular Form Of Transportation

How many self-driving cars have you seen on public roads? ‘None’ is probably the most common answer. It’s also a reason why speculating on the effects of autonomous vehicles on public roads is a bit tricky. Granted, it goes without saying changes and challenges will need to be overcome. We already know driverless cars will …

4 min February 20, 2017 in

What if Self-Driving Cars Will Be Ready but the Law Won’t?

There’s a constant concern with self-driving cars. Not many speak it out loud at the moment, but it’s there, deep in their minds: what if an autonomous car causes an accident with fatalities? Of course, for the moment it’s a concern humanity doesn’t quite feel the need to address. Driverless cars aren’t widely adopted yet. …

4 min February 16, 2017 in

Self Driving Cars and the Impact on the Visually Impaired

Most people witness technological advances with eagerness and curiosity. Others depend on themselves to have an easier life. If you’ve ever been in the latter situation, you can imagine what the news about self-driving cars means to the visually impaired community. This only proves that driverless vehicles have not been designed only for the sake of …

4 min February 13, 2017 in

Taking It To The Next Level: Uber And Airbus Are Building Self Flying Cars

We’ve been reading about self-driving cars for a few years now and it’s pretty clear that they will become a reality soon. However, recently, it has come to my attention that Uber and Airbus are kicking it up a notch. As you can tell from the title of this article, they are indeed building self-flying cars. Imagine this: …