The D20 Stock Index skyrocketed to a new all-time high this week as five stocks rose more than 10 percent, led by China’s BYD.
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Plus, self-driving buses are now taking passengers around the park that was the site of the 2012 Olympics in London.
A 4-percent drop by NVIDIA led to an overall drop for the D20 Stock Index this week. Meanwhile, up-and-comers Innoviz and Drive.ai report successes.
Plus, driverless rail cars begin testing in Honolulu.
The D20 Stock Index hit a new all-time high thanks to big gainers like Volvo AB, while it also welcomed a new stock, Autoliv, into the mix this week.
Plus, Tesla releases updates to its Autopilot software.
Fifteen gainers helped the D20 Stock Index rise for the second straight week in a row, as we introduce Autoliv to the index.
Plus, new autonomous trucks designed to protect road workers on the job debut in Colorado.
Plus, the Middle East-based tech company Careem will soon be adding these sleek, ultra-modern driverless pods to its fleet in Dubai as part of its popular car-booking app.
Plus, a new proposal in Manhattan would transform cross-island highways into roads exclusive to driverless cars in order to reduce congestion and pollution.
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