Baidu wants to work with everyone on self-driving tech - Engadget

Like many big technology companies, Chinese giant Baidu has been working on self-driving cars for a few years now, even investing with Ford in LIDAR sensor company Velodyne. Collaborations between tech firms and carmakers are now commonplace, but ...

Baidu to disclose its self-driving car technology, aims to replicate Google's Android release - Plunge Daily

Dubbed as China's Google, Baidu has said that it will share details about the self-driving car technology that it has created. Under the banner Apollo project, the company will make a range of software, hardware and data services available to carmakers ...

Baidu Enter Driverless Car Market But Full Autonomy Readiness Still a Concern - Sputnik International

Driverless cars are the future, the automotive industry has made it clear that they believe the technology is almost ready and one day all cars will be autonomous. As a another company enters the market, the race towards developing the best technology ...

21st-century Apollo programme putting driverless cars on streets - Siliconrepublic.com

Not one to undersell itself, Baidu's autonomous vehicles project has taken the moniker of the finest scientific achievement of the 20th century. Baidu is opening up its autonomous driving platform for other companies to work with. Its gradual release ...

Didi rival UCAR sues former Baidu SVP over IP infringement allegations - TechNode (blog)

China's UCAR INC. (神州优车 in Chinese) has initiated legal action in California against former Baidu SVP Wang Jin and his startup, requesting that they cease of employment with its four former core employees at the company's American subsidiary, local ...

Baidu project Apollo: "China's Google" will open its self-driving car technology to anyone - City A.M.

I'm City A.M.'s award-winning technology editor, covering everything from happen [..] Show more. Follow Lynsey. A Chinese man walks past the Chinese Web. Baidu's project Apollo will be open to anyone (Source: Getty). Lynsey Barber. The likes of Apple ...

Chinese tech titan Baidu is opening up its driverless car tech to challenge Google, Tesla - CNBC

Baidu has opened up its driverless car technology for auto makers to use as it aims to be the default platform for autonomous driving in a bid to challenge the likes of Google and Tesla. The Chinese internet giant said on Wednesday that the new project ...