Robomart Plans To Pilot Its Driverless Store On Wheels This Fall
By Khari Johnson, VENTURE BEAT
June 25, 2018
Driverless grocery store startup Robomart plans to launch a pilot program in Santa Clara, California this fall, CEO Ali Ahmed has informed VentureBeat.
Uber Seeking Patent On Artificial Intelligence Technology To Identify Drunk Riders
By Kay Greene, TECH NEWS OBSERVER
June 24, 2018
Consumer Watchdog Is Critical Of Sempra Energy's Tactics
By Angela Underwood, CALIFORNIA BUSINESS DAILY
June 22, 2018
Consumer watchdog advocate Liza Tucker said Sempra Energy is more aggressive than California’s two other major investor-owned utilities.
California Lawmakers Debate Creating Regional Electric Grid
By Jonathan Cooper, ASSOCIATED PRESS
June 20, 2018
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A contentious proposal to link oversight of California’s electric grid with other states in the U.S. West narrowly cleared a legislative hurdle Tuesday, keeping alive a proposal that has divided environmentalists over the best way to expand renewable energy.
California’s Controversial Energy-Grid Bill Advances
By Martin Macias, Jr., COURTHOUSE NEWS SERVICE
June 19, 2018
LOS ANGELES (CN) – In an effort to transform California’s relationship to energy markets in the western region of the country, lawmakers on Tuesday advanced a bill that would merge California into a regional energy market.
Uber Wants A Patent To Tell If You Drink And Ride
By Rachel Siegel, THE WASHINGTON POST
June 12, 2018
Ever struggled to hold a phone steady while ordering an Uber?
Tesla Will Start Rolling Out Its ‘Full Self-Driving’ Package In August, Elon Musk Says
Another Elon tweet, another round of speculation
By Andrew J. Hawkins, THE VERGE
June 11, 2018
As Elon Musk Promises ‘Full Self-Driving,’ Experts Worry Tesla Is ‘Using Consumers As Guinea Pigs’
By Drew Harwell, THE WASHINGTON POST
June 11, 2018