What Should Google Auto Know About Driving?
A report from The Guardian has made everything clear: Google Auto is a thing, and it means business. The subsidiary Google Auto has been licensed since 2014 in California as a carmaker.
The Google Car is conducting testing, as well as self-driving prototypes and StreetView projects under the larger Google umbrella. Even if its initiatives don’t lead to a car you or I may be able to buy, I thought it’d be helpful to share with Google Auto our expectations for driverless, autonomous, and future vehicles.
Me? I’d love to be able to pull up at a race track and have my car automatically whirl me around for a few laps using, say, Jenson Button’s preferred line. Moreover, could an autonomous-capable car somehow gently prod its driver to more quickly cover ground on a twisty road?
I, for one, think the next few decades may be a lot of fun. Safer fun, but fun.
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