Google recently revealed a prototype driverless car without pedals, brakes, or steering wheel.
All you have to do is push a button.
Google is planning to make roughly 100 versions of the self-driving car prototype, Google cofounder Sergey Brin said at the Code Conference.
“Our software and sensors do all the work,” the company wrote in a blog post. “The vehicles will be very basic — we want to learn from them and adapt them as quickly as possible — but they will take you where you want to.”
It’s worth noting that current California law states that while a driverless car is moving, a licensed driver must be in the seat and able to take over the car if needed. With these new Google’s self-driving car prototypes, human intervention is barely even possible.
The cars have sensors that remove blind spots and can detect objects out to a distance of more than two football fields.
Starting this summer, Google's safety drivers will start testing out the versions that have manual controls.
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