Toyota’s Research Institute (TRI) has announced new artificial intelligence and robotics projects, including collaborations with MIT and Stanford University. TRI will start off with a $1 billion fund to use over the next five years.
At CES 2016, car electronics firm Harman introduced the industry’s first pupil-based monitoring system. The technology constantly tracks pupil dilation as an indication of the driver’s mental workload and fatigue.
Ford plans to build out its fleet of Fusion Hybrid autonomous test cars to 30 vehicles, which it claims will be the most of any carmaker. It's also upgrading the cars' design with a more compact lidar unit.
Plenty of people would love to be at CES but can't make it, so we've put together a list of the biggest live streams to catch in order to stay caught up on all of the biggest announcements coming out of Las Vegas this week.
Volvo has added a remote voice control function to its Volvo on Call application. Customers who own a Microsoft Band 2 can remotely lock and unlock the doors, turn on the heater, and send navigation directions to the infotainment system.
Pagani has released a teaser image of its upcoming "super" Huayra, the BC special edition. With only 20 units planned, each costing $2.7 million, the Huayra BC promises to be one of the rarest supercars around.