Google’s latest self-driving car has no steering wheel, no accelerator pedal, no brake pedal. The actual vehicle, says the New York Times, was built by a manufacturer in Detroit. Google is not identifying that manufacturer.
Google will build a car without a steering wheel with hopes of having 100 prototypes on public roads in a year.
Detroit-based iRule beat six other competitors to win the Detroit Google Demo Day, earning an opportunity to pitch its business to Google executives in Silicon Valley in April.
“The power of this I think comes from being able to show the driver exactly what they need exactly when they need it …”
Autos and tech industries come together prior to the LA Auto Show. How will they use driver data?
Google’s new wearable computer, Google Glass, is a wonderful thing. Whether it’s $1,500 worth of wonderful is up to you.
So what’s the latest on a gorgeous fall Friday from the wonderful, wild and occasionally weird world of science and technology? Direct to you on a Thursday night from Orchestra Hall in Detroit, here’s what I found…
Google Glass, the search giant’s new wearable computer, will soon be released to the market. And you can get a firsthand look at it in an event at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 16 and Sunday, Nov. 17.
So what’s the coolest news from the wondrous worlds of science and tech for your Halloween? Nothing spooky or mysterious here, just the facts, and to several decimal places…
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.