If you live in the Mountain View area, chances are you'll catch a glimpse of Google's self-driving vehicles that will be hitting the public roads this summer.
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After some earlier rumors surrounding Apple's car project, we now have a trustworthy report which says the company is working on an electric vehicle and is indeed looking to compete with Tesla.
Are self-driving cars a hazard to the public? Apparently a large sector of the British public believes so, a survey states. The results also reveal some interesting stats regarding the topic.
The prototypes are now complete as Google shows the world the first completed self-driving car on Google+. The vehicle is expected to start cruising the streets of California early next year.
Google has announced a new partnership with researchers at the University of Oxford in the UK, aimed at improving an AI's image recognition and natural language processing skills.
Google has built up a test fleet of self-driving cars but they are having a few issues at the DMV where the company is told that the cars must have manual controls in the event something goes wrong.
At the inaugural Code Conference in California, Google announced a new self-driving prototype vehicle without mirrors, steering wheel, or brake pedal. The vehicle will begin trials in summer.
The autonomous car was able to safely navigate a parked car protruding into its lane, avoid a biker weaving in and out of the bike lane, and approach railroad crossings with prudent caution.
If you have ever wondered what Google's self driving cars see when they are out on the road, we have an image that shows the world through the eyes of the mechanical beasts on the roads right now.
Google's self-driving car has been driving the streets of California for a while with a spotless record. Now the car is legally allowed to operate in Nevada - with some restrictions.
We’ve been hearing about Google’s self-driving car for quite some time now. They’ve caused their controversies, they’ve been the butt of their share of Skynet jabs, but at TED this year, people are getting to...