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Driverless Cars: A Misguided 20th Century Idea

IEEE Spectrum: A vision of fully autonomous, self-driving cars allowing human owners to nap or read in the car seems to come from the future. But David Mindell, a historian and electrical engineer at MIT, says that the idea of such … Continue reading

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Connected Cars: A History of Security Vulnerabilities

Chris Poulin, IBM, on Tech Crunch: A Short History Of Car Vulnerability Research In 2010, researchers from the University of Washington and University of California, San Diego published a seminal paper proving that once an attacker has physical access to a … Continue reading

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