Self Driving Cars
The convergence of cars and computers is blurring the traditional geographical boundaries of both industries.
Google’s self-driving cars will soon leave the test track and will hit the streets in the company’s California hometown.
Regulators in Nevada, Michigan and Florida told The Associated Press that they weren’t aware of any accidents.
Google says autonomous vehicles will eliminate human error.
Autonomous vehicle developers are testing self-driving cars on public streets, but don’t expect to buy your own just yet.
In some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don’t drink and then climb behind the wheel.
How disruptive will self-driving cars be to the automotive landscape? Well, consider the results of a new study from the accounting and business advisory firm KPMG LLP: Consumers appear more willing to use a self-driving car from tech companies over those from today’s automakers.
The German auto supplier Continental said Friday that it had completed a two-week, 6,000-mile test of automatically driven cars in Nevada.