Two Driverless Cars Don't Have An Accident
Two driverless cars nearly had an accident in Palo Alto earlier this week when a Google prototype cutoff a Delphi on San Antonio Road, but Delphi’s car “took appropriate action,” said Delphi director John Absmeier, reports Paul Lienert for Reuters. While the close call might stoke people’s worries about the future of autonomous cars, it’s really a sign of how far the technology has come.
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