U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx and Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt had discussion on Talks at Google. The topics of the discussion was “Beyond Traffic: US DOT’s 30 Year Framework for the Future”. Transportation will change drastically in next three decades because of the change in demographics and the changing needs of many individuals […]
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Chris Urmson, director of Self-Driving cars for Google said that the goal is to have a driverless vehicles available on the market within five years which is now being built in Livonia and he expects that the regulations would not be a barrier in the goal.
Self-driving cars are no longer from the realm of science fiction. The race to convert research and development in the fields of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, to have it now fully developed driver-less vehicles, is on among the world’s top vehicle manufacturers, vehicle product makers and the Google itself.
Google’s self-driving autonomous cars have already driven more than 160,000 miles (As of 06.07.2012) and, it can be the future of current vehicles that we drive everyday to work, pleasure and to commute from one place to the other.