Autonomous tech start-ups have offered a number of ways—all of which they believe to be the most appropriate and correct—to approach the development of self-driving cars. A new company out of the United Kingdom, FiveAI, has a fresh take, though: CCTV cameras.
Video has emerged of what looks to be a super-expensive Koenigsegg Agera R supercar crashing in China. Priced somewhere around $4,000,000 US, it’s likely one of the most—if not the most—expensive single-vehicle accident ever.
London CCTV footage has been released by police showing a man attempting to steal a red Porsche convertible by cutting his way into the car with a knife through the soft-top roof. Whatever happened to smash-and-dash?
The Top Gear diaspora continues as the world's most popular motoring show graces the world's most populous country with their own Chinese-language version for state-run CCTV according to Chinese autojournalist Tycho de Feyter.
I'd like to say that no one was harmed in the making of this video, but when you go through so many car-on-car, car-on-bike, and bike-on-bike collisions in such a short amount of time, well, that's just being unrealistic.
The surveillance state of Britain is becoming more and more unbelievable as The Guardian is reporting a number-plate recognition system will now be tied to a massive database allowing the movements of all vehicles to be tracked and stored for up to five years.The system works by using government and privately-owned…