- 9th May 2012, 08:46 #1
Google’s Self-Driving Car to be tested in Nevada
Nevada’s DMV has issued the license after conducting demonstrations that the Google Self-Driving Car is safe for testing on public streets.
Google’s self-driving cars use a laser radar on the roof of the vehicle to detect obstacles, pedestrians and other cars. With the help of GPS and a bit of artificial intelligence, the car can drive itself with very little or no intervention from the human sitting inside, reports Mashable.
- 11th June 2012, 17:25 #2
Gamble with your money and gamble with your life
- 11th June 2012, 22:43 #3
I won't be in Nevada anytime soon. While I don't mind this stuff, I think it should be 'tested' on private roads, not public.