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Martin Kahl discusses AI and enterprise robotics with Dr Martin Hofmann, Volkswagen Group’s Chief Information Officer
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The human-machine interface is evolving to incorporate artificial intelligence, allowing for the safe operation of self-driving technology. By Michael Nash
What are the potential challenges and opportunities for propulsion systems in autonomous vehicles? Michael Nash investigates
Thanks to maturing technology and a broad range of benefits, cities are speeding up the adoption of autonomous vehicles, writes the Boston Consulting Group’s Nikolaus S. Lang
Dane Jaques, a partner at Steptoe & Johnson, LLP, and a member of Steptoe's Energy and Transportation Groups, outlines ways in which autonomous vehicle developers and regulators can learn from unmanned aircraft systems
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Christoph Domke, Director - Mobility 2030, Global Strategy Group at KPMG looks at the role of autonomous drive technology in commercial trucking
3D printing has earned its place in the high-pressure world of motor racing. Can that same technology and know-how be scaled up for the mainstream auto industry? Michael Nash investigates
Automation will play a significant role in future vehicle propulsion development, learns Freddie Holmes