Even Apple’s self-driving car safety report is super secretive

Apple's autonomous car program is as secretive as ever. 
Compare the seven-page safety report Apple submitted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration this week to the 43-page color explosion from Waymo, the self-driving car startup from Google parent company Alphabet. 




Apple's first page. Image: apple / nhtsa / screengrab




Waymo's first page. Image: Waymo


Both talk about each companies' safety practices and guiding principles when it comes to self-driving vehicles, but only one (guess which one) keeps it brief and vague. Other companies like Ford, GM's Cruise, and Nuro also share additional details and include charts, vehicle pictures, and images of — wait for it — people.  Read more... More about Apple , Safety , Autonomous Vehicles , Project Titan , and Tech