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The Herculean task required to reduce liability claims involving autonomous vehicles

July 30, 2020 by Adam Malik

Autonomous vehicles need their own space to operate, a report says, and auto executives agree that putting them on the same roads as human-driven cars in a mixed-use environment will only increase liability claims. “As autonomous technology develops and matures,

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Self-driving cars may not reduce as many crashes as you think: report

June 10, 2020 by Adam Malik

Insurers expecting the rise of autonomous vehicles to lower collisions may not get the results they were hoping for, according to a new report. It turns out that self-driving vehicles might prevent only about one-third of all collisions, says the

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How this city is mitigating autonomous vehicle risk

March 5, 2019 Ramesh Santanam - THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

PITTSBURGH – Companies testing autonomous vehicles in Pittsburgh will have to immediately report crashes resulting in any injuries as part of new guidelines announced Monday intended to boost public confidence in the testing after a deadly accident in Arizona last

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Will current auto liability regime apply to driverless cars?

February 7, 2018 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

Insurance and traffic laws probably need to change when motorists start sharing the road with driverless cars, a speaker told claims specialists Tuesday. There are now vehicles on the roads with limited self-driving capabilities (as opposed to having no steering

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Intel to acquire driver assistance systems manufacturer Mobileye

March 13, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Mobileye N.V., whose vehicle-mounted technology is designed to anticipate collisions, has agreed to be acquired by microprocessor manufacturer Intel Corp. Intel said Monday that one of its subsidiaries “will commence a tender offer” to acquire Mobileye shares for US$63.54 in