Bumpy Road Ahead for Self-Driving Cars
Pam Nichols’s January Newsletter
Most cars now already feature some form of self-driving technology, from cruise control – first developed in the 1950s – to electronic stability introduced in the mid-1990s to recent innovations like automatic braking, lane departure alerts and self-parking. The latest technologies, like Autopilot from Tesla and Drive Pilot from Mercedes-Benz, automatically steer, adjust speed and brake. If driverless cars really are just around the bend, what will it mean for you?
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