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Keep The Chauffeur: Driverless Cars May Never Happen

Posted on October 28, 2014
What Google is working on may instead result in the automotive equivalent of the Apple Newton, what one Web commenter called a "timid, skittish robot car whose inferior level of intelligence becomes a daily annoyance."

To be able to handle the everyday stresses and strains of the real driving world, the Google car will require a computer with a level of intelligence that machines won't have for many years, if ever.

Slate.com article here

Related Topics: driverless cars, self-driving vehicles, vehicle safety, vehicle technology

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