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Wozniak Backs Cadillac

Posted on May 11, 2015

Steve Wozniak thinks the future is all about self-driving cars, but don’t expect him to be putting his money on the rumored Apple Car. Tthe Apple co-founder has signed a deal with Cadillac which will see him not only appear in marketing for the firm, but also offering his thoughts in a technical consulting role.

“Within 20 years, human drivers won’t be allowed except on certain roads, just for fun,” Wozniak said. “Accident rates will be so much lower for self-driving cars.” He also noted that Cadillac “has new car names and models coming. They’re willing to change that company around.”

Full story at www.cultofmac.com.

Related Topics: Cadillac, Cadillac CT6, driverless cars, new vehicles, vehicle technology

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