driverless cars

I know you are expecting a glimpse of the tech-filled car of the future. Maybe something jewel-like in its shiny precision? And let's not forget something that's as photogenic as it is sexy, green, and fast accelerating?
Machine intelligence is coming to drive us. This robotics-science technology will not arrive unannounced in our cars. We will not overnight have no need to learn to drive. Its just that we won't have to be driving all the time in all places.
Ford have demonstrated "pioneering" new technology that could make vehicle collisions a thing of the past. The car maker's
Nissan, along with several other car makers, is looking to make 2020 the year of self-driving cars.
Driverless cars will be tested on public roads by the end of the year after the government gave the scheme the green light
Driverless cars will be on UK roads by the end of this year. The government is to test driverless cars- albeit with the a
The way we see technology has changed, but there's no cause for pessimism. Over the past month or so I've read a surprising number of articles wondering if we have seen all there is to see, with regard to the truly great innovative leaps of mankind.
For those brought up in the era before on-demand TV and before even Channel 4 flickered into life, programmes such as Tomorrow's
It's been said that the ratio of driver-to-car impact on racing has steadily been reduced since somewhere in the mid-seventies. The advent of driver aids and technology have some pundits arguing that a race is really 80% the car and 20% the driver.