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Car Talk: Are Driverless Cars Ready for Mass Adoption?

Driverless cars are on the cusp of widespread production. The technology exists, test trials are routinely run, and the success rates are higher than ever. Only a few factors (which, admittedly, are fairly large) are preventing fully scalable prototypes from entering the consumer market. Let’s explore some of them. High …

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UK government approves driverless vehicle public road trials

Autonomous vehicles are one step closer to reality in the UK, with the British government giving the green light for driverless car testing on public roads by the end of 2013. So far, driverless cars, or autonomous vehicles, have only been tested on private land, where the car is controlled …

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