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Could India's car crisis save her from ending like Nigeria?

Leapfrogging: “rapid move forward, through the adoption of modern systems, without going through intermediary steps.”

Ford and others prove me right on driverless cars. Again

Last year I saw CEOs of the car industry implicitly acknowledge that the world has reached “peak car”. It happened again, just worse. For them, at least.

Please stop worrying that driverless cars would run over kids

I mean it.Because a few days ago I saw a discussion on Twitter (*) that ran more or less like this:

The intrinsic dumbness of connected cars, part 2

Picture this: you’re driving home from work, doing something completely useless.

Uber "self-driving trucks" are NOT trucks. And this means that...

Uber believes that Self-Driving Trucks will result in MORE jobs for truck drivers, not less. Why, and what does this REALLY mean?

The first question you should ask yourself during traffic bans

On January 31st, 2010, Milan and a few neighbor areas declared a total traffic ban to reduce air pollution. Since such measures are already used in other countries or may be adopted in the coming years, the protests and questions raised in that occasion are useful to think about the real usefulness of traffic bans in general.