Google's Driverless Car Is Brilliant But Thus Boring

The biggest go with you could possibly provide the Google driverless car staff is that experiencing their ground-breaking product seems utterly unremarkable. Dull, even. Let me describe. This week I actually, along with a heap of additional reporters, was presented with a trip in a pair of their driverless vehicles. The very first was a revised Lexus that has been out on the streets about here for around a year right now, and is increasing and learning every day as new cases are logged and analysed by the staff. This variation, which is the most ready for the particular roads, although still years off, is basically a normal vehicle. Except it drives alone. The second vehicle (at exactly what point does something has stopped being a car? ) was better, and is an improved reflection of exactly where Google will be ultimately going with all this.