Japanese car giant Toyota recently unveiled the TRI-P4 prototype at the CES 2019, the newest addition to the car manufacturer's autonomous vehicles.
The continuous development of automated technology raises concerns about truck drivers possibly losing their jobs in the near future.
These technologies we are using in our daily lives have initially appeared in classic science fiction films such as "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "Total Recall."
Car hackers have stepped up their game using advanced tools and gadgets, and carmakers have to keep up with their security.
Lyft has secured a permit to test its autonomous driving technology on California roads.
Once autonomous vehicles become more and more common, it may become less likely for consumers to own their own cars.