Better Roads: 3 challenges to Google’s self-driving car

|  March 27, 2013 |

Google-Self-Driving-CarJohn Latta, editor of our sister publication Better Roads, has put down some thoughts on the self-driving car Google has been working on.

In California, Google’ cars have safely logged 500,000 miles. Not a bad vote of confidence for the future of the technology. However there are still three challenges that Google faces in perfecting these vehicles.

What’s a bit disconcerting is that these challenges are perfect examples of why you might be uneasy with a car driving itself in the first place. For instance knowing how to drive in a construction zone or driving in snow when signs can’t be plainly read.

Check out John’s full post over at Better Roads.

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