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Zoox CEO Aicha Evans.

Zoox CEO Aicha Evans reveals what will set the company’s electric, self-driving cars apart from the rest

Zoox is developing an autonomous ride-hailing service that it plans to launch in 2020.

Check out the new Apple Maps cars cruising around Los Angeles

Now it appears that Apple has developed a second-generation version of its mapping vehicles — and this time, they're not vans. Two different people in the Los Angeles area in recent weeks have sent Business Insider pictures of a new model of Apple Maps car.

Ford has big plans to cash in on driverless cars, but not in the way you might think

BI PRIME: Ford CEO Jim Hackett told Business Insider that the company sees moving goods with autonomous vehicles as a huge business opportunity.
The Phantom.

Here’s the fighting robot that could enter the battlefield in Ukraine next year

The Phantom can be equipped with machine guns, grenade launchers, or antitank missiles and can even evacuate wounded soldiers from the field.

TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS BRIEFING: GM nearly ready to monetize self-driving cars — Cloud software providers’ automotive opportunity &#...

In transportation and logistics, GM is nearly ready to monetize self-driving cars, and cloud software companies have a huge opportunity in connected cars.

Ford claims its new CEO has deep ties to Silicon Valley — but the company still has a big self-driving-car problem

Ford has named Jim Hackett as its new CEO. He replaced Mark Fields to help Ford compete when it comes to smart mobility, electric cars, and self-driving tech.

Fiat Chrysler just unveiled an all-electric, high-tech concept vehicle that can drive more than 250 miles per charge

The concept vehicle, dubbed the Portal, offers a glimpse into what Chrysler's autonomous cars could be like.

Lyft co-founder says human drivers could soon be illegal in America

Zimmer’s push to end personal car ownership stems from his desire to reinvent cities we live in so that they are designed for humans instead of cars.