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GM Ride-Share

For A Self-Driving Car Ride-Share Service, GM Is Keeping Its Options Open

By Sean Szymkowski General Motors has plans to commercialize the self-driving car in 2019 in the form of a ride-sharing service. However, there’s no concrete plan on how that service will look just yet. GM CEO Mary Barra commented...
Ride Sharing

How safe is ride sharing

  Business travellers around the world feel marginally safer in taxis than in ride-sharing services, according to research commissioned by Carlson Wagonlit Travel, the global travel management company. Around two in five (39%) business travellers surveyed...
AI Taxis


By MATTHEW SWAYNE-PENN STATE In a study, the researchers used two types of neural networks—computational systems modeled on the human brain—that analyzed patterns of taxi demand. This deep learning approach, which lets computers learn on their...
BMW Ride

BMW Combines Car and Ride Sharing

By Matt DeLorenzo Through its ReachNow mobility unit, BMW is offering both ride and car sharing services through a single app, allowing users to choose whether they want to drive a car or hail a...
Taxi Ride

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...
Ride India

The demand for ride-sharing apps in India and why more people are using them

By Sanchit Khera If there is a way to save cost, then a majority of the Indian consumers will try to check it out. That’s been one of the more important ways in which ride...
Regulatory Ride-share

Regulatory questions remain as some markets seek to cap ride share services

By Bethany Blankley New York City is the first major U.S. city to limit private companies from providing ride-share services to customers as cities and states across the country debate how to regulate the...
SoftBank Japan

SoftBank’s Son says Japan is ‘stupid’ to disallow ride-sharing

  SoftBank Group Corp Chief Executive Masayoshi Son blasted Japan on Thursday (July 19) for not allowing ride-sharing services, calling it "stupid" and saying the country was lagging overseas rivals in areas such as artificial...
Blockchain Travel

How The Blockchain Is Speeding Up Our Travel

By Brian Penny It doesn’t seem like the transportation industry could be completely disrupted by cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. Of course, the idea of both Lyft and Uber dominating local transportation industries across the globe seemed laughable a decade...
Lifestyle Taxi

Ride sharing all about lifestyle

By Camri Nelson  cnelson@limanews.com More individuals in larger cities may decide to utilize ride sharing services as opposed to owning a car in the future, but that does not seem the case for people who...

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