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Taxi Services

Ride-Sharing Services May Soon Make Taxis Obsolete

Madison Kirkpatrick In today’s day and age, ride-sharing has become increasingly popular amongst teenagers and young adults who use the service for a variety of purposes: as a designated driver, as a convenient navigator, and...
Driving Cars

How Do Self-Driving Cars Work?

By Rilind Elezaj It’s no secret that in just a few years, our cars will be able to take us wherever we want to while we relax. That could potentially enhance our quality of life considerably....
Autonomous Driving

From blockchain to autonomous driving, alumni share insights on exploding field of AI and...

By Liz Do A recent report on the global artificial intelligence (AI) talent pool estimates that there are fewer than 10,000 people worldwide with the competencies necessary to undertake advanced research in AI. With demand for talent outpacing supply,...
Self Driving

A good portion of auto use in the future will be “power by the...

  Sharedmobility.news asks Dr. Eric Bruun, about ride sharing, blockchain, road congestion and others super interesting topics....   1-Why is the ride sharing tech a key technology for the automotive industry? I don’t think it was their idea,...
Patent Blockchain

GM Seeks To Patent Blockchain Solutions For Self-Driving Cars

By Nicholas Ruggieri Can a self-driving car operating on a blockchain honk at you, or does it need to enter into an EDCC (aka smart contract) before initiating that kind of action? All cheekiness aside, the Patent and Trademark Office recently published US...
Automotive Sector

Automotive Sector May Be First To See Widespread Blockchain Implementation

By Trevor Smith The automotive industry has always embraced innovation and efficiency, and key players in the field have begun taking steps to use distributed ledgers in a variety of applications. These moves will place blockchain...
Bike-Sharing Free

The way forward for the bike-sharing industry

By NITIN PANGARKAR After incurring hefty losses for more than a year, oBike ceased operations in Singapore on June 25. Though other players have exited the scene, oBike is the only member of the Big Three...
Transit Congestion

How Transit Is Turning to Tech to Cut Through Congestion

BY SKIP DESCANT Solving the pervasive problem of traffic congestion will require an approach that extends beyond bans on ride-hailing services, but looks to more nuanced solutions like better managing street right-of-ways and technology to give...
Consumers Telematics

Are consumers warming to telematics?

By Jason Contant A new survey for belairdirect has found more than half (53%) of polled Canadians would use an app that tracks their driving habits if it meant having a more personalized auto insurance rating. The finding...
China Blockchain

China: Blockchain Technology Powers a new Ride-Hailing App

By Eric Czuleger Andy Chen Weixing, the founder of Kuaidi Dache, was pushed out of China’s ride-hailing market in 2015. The company merged with a competitor ending in a price war with a more extensive service provider called...

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