During the ARM TechCon event in Santa Clara, Calif, Charlie Miller, a known security engineer at Uber, claims that next-generation thieves can steal an AI-driven driverless car remotely by hacking its software.
Google has produced the prototype of a car that can drive through busy streets without a driver. The driverless car has attracted media attention chiefly for the features it lacks — steering wheel, brake, dashboard, and accelerator.
The historic market town of Daventry, England, is testing out driverless vehicles equipped with laser-scanner "eyes." The "brains" and controller of these vehicles are onboard "black box" computers linked to the laser eyes.