Italian design firm ED looked into the near future and came back with a self-driving race car called Torq, an electric pod that serves as a laboratory for autonomous vehicle development.
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Italian design firm ED showed off Torq, an autonomous car designed for the race track, here at the 2015 Geneva auto show.
Inspired by termite behavior, engineers and scientists at Harvard have developed a team of robots that can build without supervision.
Carlos Ghosn also laid out his vision for autonomous driving, with the first assisted driving capabilities coming next year and a driverless car pulling up in 10 years.