07/21/2014 - By Peter Stone Special to the American-Statesman Read more
01/08/2014 - Kurt Dresner, one of Professor Peter Stone's former UT Computer Science graduate student spoke with Robert Siegel recently about his thesis research on autonomous intersection management in a segment called "To Make Intersections Smarter, We Need Cars To Be Smarter, Too." Read more
07/08/2013 - New York Times | Nick Bilton SAN FRANCISCO — By now, seeing one of Google’s experimental, driverless cars zipping down Silicon Valley’s Highway 101, or parking itself on a San Francisco street, is not all that unusual. Indeed, as automakers like Audi, Toyota and Mercedes-Benz make plans for self-driving vehicles, it is only a matter of time before such cars become a big part of the great American traffic jam. Read more
07/05/2012 - Peter Stone talks about autonomous vehicles and intersections with Michael Breen of American Mathematical Society on this podcast episode of Mathematical Moments. Read more
05/17/2012 - InnovationNewsDaily | Jeremy Hsu, Senior Writer Ordinary Americans can't buy intelligent, self-driving cars just yet, but the technology could someday revolutionize one of the nation's most common road rituals—the morning and evening commutes that bookend the workday for millions of people. Read more
03/23/2012 - Reuters Computer scientists at the University of Texas in Austin are developing intersections of the future, designed to accommodate the driverless vehicles they believe will soon take over our roads. The intersection will have no traffic lights and no stop signs, just computer programs that will talk directly to each car on the road. Read more
03/04/2012 - Austin American-Statesman | By Cristina Peña Having already designed an SUV that drives itself, a project group at the University of Texas is now working on the technological next step: an autonomous intersection that lets driverless vehicles navigate without stoplights or stop signs. Read more
02/28/2012 - The Alcalde | Rose Cahalan Read more
02/21/2012 - Discovery News | By Jesse Emspak A computer program that reserves slots at an intersection might be a way to ease gridlock and boost safety. Read more
02/21/2012 - http://youtu.be/_jEt-PUq31QHigh-tech invention would revolutionize roadways AUSTIN (KXAN) - Austin is famous for its live music, outdoor fun and lake-living. Unfortunately, it's also known for heavy traffic. Read more


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