Apple Signals Interest in Self-Driving Software

ENLARGE Apple’s letter was one of more than 1,100 submitted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which is weighing new regulations for automated vehicles. Photo: Mark Lennihan/Associated Press By Tim Higgins and Tim Higgins The Wall Street Journal CANCEL Biography @timkhiggins tim.higgins@wsj.com Tripp Mickle Tripp Mickle The Wall Street Journal CANCEL Biography @trippmickle tripp.mickle@wsj.com Dec. 4, 2016 3:04 p.m. ET 0 COMMENTS Apple Inc. confirmed for the first time its interest in autonomous-vehicle technology, but it remains unlikely the company will design or build a complete car. In a Nov. 22 letter to U.S. transportation regulators, Steve Kenner, Apple’s director of product integrity, suggested Apple’s focus is on the software that would control a self-driving car. He said the company is “investing heavily in machine learning and automation” for…


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