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The auto industry is struggling to figure out how to share data effectively - Business Insider;

The auto industry is struggling to figure out how to share data effectively - Business Insider

Business InsiderThe auto industry is struggling to figure out how to share data effectivelyBusiness InsiderThe auto industry is currently grappling with a key issue surrounding intellectual property. Companies developing autonomous cars are faced with conflicting incentives when it comes to sharing data and ideas. Their goal is to introduce autonomous ...and more »

Fight over Tesla's ex-Autopilot director shows talent war escalating - Automotive News (subscription) (blog);

Fight over Tesla's ex-Autopilot director shows talent war escalating - Automotive News (subscription) (blog)

Automotive News (subscription) (blog)Fight over Tesla's ex-Autopilot director shows talent war escalatingAutomotive News (subscription) (blog)Tesla alleges Sterling Anderson attempted to poach colleagues from Tesla for his startup venture and violated his contract. Send us a Letter. Have an opinion about this story? Click here to submit a Letter to the Editor, and we may publish it in print.and more »

Tesla Isn't the Only Automaker Getting Close to Full Automation - Inverse;

Tesla Isn't the Only Automaker Getting Close to Full Automation - Inverse

InverseTesla Isn't the Only Automaker Getting Close to Full AutomationInverseTesla Autopilot is probably the most famous self-driving system in the world, but according to the publisher of Kelley Blue Book, the auto industry's unofficial Bible of vehicle worth, Elon Musk's company isn't the only one with autonomous technology ...and more »

When will you be able to get behind the wheel of a self-driving car? - T3;

When will you be able to get behind the wheel of a self-driving car? - T3

T3When will you be able to get behind the wheel of a self-driving car?T3Self-driving cars are all over the news these days, and the rapid pace of development shows no signs of slowing down, as we saw at CES in January. So when will you, an ordinary man or woman on the street, be able to take a trip in an autonomous vehicle?and more »

It's pedal to the metal for driverless cars - The Conversation US;

It's pedal to the metal for driverless cars - The Conversation US

The Conversation USIt's pedal to the metal for driverless carsThe Conversation USWhen a May 2016 crash killed the person operating a Tesla Model S driving in Autopilot mode, advocates of autonomous vehicles feared a slowdown in development of self-driving cars. Instead the opposite has occurred. In August, Ford publicly committed ...and more »

In Depth: Did This Former Tesla Autopilot Exec Spill Trade Secrets? - Tech Times;

In Depth: Did This Former Tesla Autopilot Exec Spill Trade Secrets? - Tech Times

Tech TimesIn Depth: Did This Former Tesla Autopilot Exec Spill Trade Secrets?Tech TimesTesla is suing its former employee, Sterling Anderson, for breach of contract. Anderson is the former Director of Autopilot Software for the electric car company. Tesla is claiming that Anderson attempted to steal proprietary information and recruit ...and more »

A Former Tesla Employee May Have Stolen The Company's Autopilot Tech - CarBuzz;

A Former Tesla Employee May Have Stolen The Company's Autopilot Tech - CarBuzz

CarBuzzA Former Tesla Employee May Have Stolen The Company's Autopilot TechCarBuzzTesla's Autopilot system currently leads the auto industry in usable self-driving technology. Unfortunately, being so good means that eventually others will want to copy you, and that is exactly what has happened to Tesla. According to a lawsuit filed ...and more »

Tesla Cars Get Back the Power to Break the Law - N4BB;

Tesla Cars Get Back the Power to Break the Law - N4BB

N4BBTesla Cars Get Back the Power to Break the LawN4BBThe autopilot Tesla speed limit has been increased a few short weeks after it was reduced. The company has taken it back to 5 mph above the speed limit on undivided roads. by Rob Clay • Sun, 29 Jan 2017 11:04 am EDT Sun, 29 Jan 2017 11:04 am EDT in ...and more »

Autonomous Anonymous Automobiles: Why cars are about to change forever - Firstpost;

Autonomous Anonymous Automobiles: Why cars are about to change forever - Firstpost

FirstpostAutonomous Anonymous Automobiles: Why cars are about to change foreverFirstpostAs a self-confessed petrol-head (or gear-head, or car nut...the names are so many), it's an intriguing time in the world. Our cars have become ever more sophisticated, faster, more powerful and more comfortable, and at times it can seem like society's ...and more »

How does the Tesla Model X hold up after one month? - TechnoBuffalo;

How does the Tesla Model X hold up after one month? - TechnoBuffalo

TechnoBuffaloHow does the Tesla Model X hold up after one month?TechnoBuffaloThe Tesla Model X is one heck of a car. Its crazy Falcon doors and AutoPilot features highlight one of the most tech-centric cars on the market right now. Jon was lucky enough to get one a month ago, and he's back to let you know how the car has held up.and more »

Tesla just took a major shot at Uber's purchase of Otto - Business Insider;

Tesla just took a major shot at Uber's purchase of Otto - Business Insider

Business InsiderTesla just took a major shot at Uber's purchase of OttoBusiness InsiderThe lawsuit itself actually has nothing to do with Uber. In the suit, Tesla accused its former Autopilot director Sterling Anderson of taking company data to use for a competing self-driving-car company, Aurora Innovation. The lawsuit also names Chris ...and more »

Tesla Mocks Self-driving Tech Startups, Anderson Mocks Tesla Accusations - 1redDrop (blog);

Tesla Mocks Self-driving Tech Startups, Anderson Mocks Tesla Accusations - 1redDrop (blog)

1redDrop (blog)Tesla Mocks Self-driving Tech Startups, Anderson Mocks Tesla Accusations1redDrop (blog)Tesla Motors is suing one of its ex-employees, a former program manager for the Autopilot division, for breach of contract. Sterling Anderson has been accused of poaching Tesla engineers, taking proprietary information and destroying evidence as he ...and more »

Tesla suing former Autopilot head for poaching engineers, stealing data - Neowin;

Tesla suing former Autopilot head for poaching engineers, stealing data - Neowin

NeowinTesla suing former Autopilot head for poaching engineers, stealing dataNeowinTesla has almost single-handedly proven that electronic vehicles (EVs) can reliably replace traditional petrol and hybrid vehicles as day-to-day transportation and has grown into a model of technological advancement in a historically staid industry ...and more »

Tesla sues ex-manager 'for stealing 100GBs of Autopilot secrets' - The Register;

Tesla sues ex-manager 'for stealing 100GBs of Autopilot secrets' - The Register

The RegisterTesla sues ex-manager 'for stealing 100GBs of Autopilot secrets'The RegisterTesla has sued a former employee who left to set up a rival business, claiming he tried a not-so cunning plan to steal company secrets and lure away key staff. Sterling Anderson joined Tesla in 2014 as a senior product manager working on the Model X SUV.and more »

What Is Aurora Innovation? The Self-Driving Startup Being Sued by Tesla - Inverse;

What Is Aurora Innovation? The Self-Driving Startup Being Sued by Tesla - Inverse

InverseWhat Is Aurora Innovation? The Self-Driving Startup Being Sued by TeslaInverseOn Thursday, Tesla has filed a lawsuit against Aurora Innovation, claiming that its founders stole data to set up their own company. The firm, founded last year, doesn't have a notable internet presence as of yet, but Tesla's lawsuit against it paints ...and more »

Tesla sues former employee for stealing Autopilot information - Autoblog (blog);

Tesla sues former employee for stealing Autopilot information - Autoblog (blog)

Autoblog (blog)Tesla sues former employee for stealing Autopilot informationAutoblog (blog)In a lawsuit filed in California, Tesla has accused former employee and Autopilot manager Sterling Anderson of stealing proprietary company secrets and software. In addition, Tesla says Anderson worked with Chris Urmson, former head of Google's ...and more »

Tesla Sues Former Employee For Stealing 'Hundreds of Gigabytes' of Data - PC Magazine;

Tesla Sues Former Employee For Stealing 'Hundreds of Gigabytes' of Data - PC Magazine

PC MagazineTesla Sues Former Employee For Stealing 'Hundreds of Gigabytes' of DataPC MagazineTesla is suing an ex-employee and his business partner for breach of contract. According to the suit, former Autopilot program manager Sterling Anderson violated contractual and other obligations on his quest to launch a competing venture. Anderson ...and more »

Tesla Sues Ex-Autopilot Head Over Poaching Tesla Engineers For New Project - News18

Tesla Sues Ex-Autopilot Head Over Poaching Tesla Engineers For New ProjectNews18Tesla sued the former head of its Autopilot system on Thursday, alleging the executive tried to recruit Tesla engineers for his new venture with the ex-head of Google's self-driving programme while still working at the electric car company. Tesla ...and more »

Tesla Hits Ex-Autopilot Director With Trade Secret Suit - Law360 (subscription)

Tesla Hits Ex-Autopilot Director With Trade Secret SuitLaw360 (subscription)Law360, San Jose (January 26, 2017, 8:55 PM EST) -- Automaker Tesla Motors Inc. hit its former autopilot program director and his business partner with a breach of contract lawsuit in California state court Thursday, accusing them of stealing Tesla's ...and more »

Tesla accuses former Autopilot director of poaching workers, taking proprietary info - Silicon Valley Business Journal;

Tesla accuses former Autopilot director of poaching workers, taking proprietary info - Silicon Valley Business Journal

Silicon Valley Business JournalTesla accuses former Autopilot director of poaching workers, taking proprietary infoSilicon Valley Business JournalTesla Motors on Thursday sued the former director of its Autopilot programs, accusing him of recruiting its employees and taking confidential information for a startup he is founding. The lawsuit against Sterling Anderson, according to TechCrunch, was ...and more »