Report: Google quietly logs over 140k on autonomous cars in U.S. city traffic
Of course, it will still be a long time before you're popping down to the corner Ford dealer to pick up a Fiesta AI Edition. Still, to have seven cars plying California streets and highways making their own decisions puts us that much closer to concluding the first generation of data acquisition. One day the threat of car crashes could be virtually eliminated, if only we could get computers that didn't crash.
[Source: Google, New York Times]
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