They're already on the streets of London.
The weekly shop will never be the same again. Imagine ordering through your app, paying using the fingerprint sensor on your
While interviewing Mira I asked what inspired her new venture, which seeks to innovate in the fashion tech space (including wearables) and harness new and existing technologies to help make fashion more sustainable.
As the distinction between the driver and the passenger becomes blurred, the demand for increasingly immersive in-car entertainment will rise. But before cars become our 'third living space', there is a plethora of commercial, legal and even ethical considerations to tackle.
Though the general aim of this innovation is safety, companies like Apple will be reaping huge business benefits off of it, while the citizens will never be bothered as a result of the faster, safer and more convenient transportation.
We have been gradually increasing vehicles' autonomy for many years, fuelled by progressing technology and the enthusiasm of customers. Considering the current status quo, the self-driving car is really just one more step down a path we have been journeying for many years.
As we stand on the verge of a new era of driverless cars, we need to consider the significant challenges this presents for lawmakers and the legal and insurance professions. Importantly, we need to consider the ethical and legal challenges for the decades of transition, when autonomous and human-driven cars will operate side-by-side on the roads.
With everything from your morning run to the cute office dog now being a crucially important thing to document across every social media platform going, it's no wonder people are starting to question how you can utilise these technologies for slightly bigger milestones in your life such as say, a wedding?
If you're an enthusiastic consumer of news about driverless cars, you will know that the almost universal hardware seen on most research and development vehicles is something called LiDAR. But what is LiDAR and why is it so important?
Driverless cars will improve societies and make our world a better place with lower congestion, quicker journeys, cheaper travel and fewer emissions. But the primary objective for any autonomous vehicle technology must be to reduce death and injury.