Autonomous Cars. Self-driving cars are finally here, and how they are deployed will change how we get around forever. From Tesla to Google to Uber to all the major automakers, we bring you complete coverage of the race to develop fully autonomous vehicles.
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The Google Car is one of the most experienced autonomous vehicles, and its interaction with human drivers has exposed one of driverless cars' main weaknesses. The first injury involving the Google Car wasn't due to a fault in its system, but human-error.
Currently, there are no legally operating, fully-autonomous vehicles in the United States. There are, however, partially-autonomous vehiclesâ€”cars and trucks .
Driverless cars, including Google's autonomous car design, have logged thousands of hours on American roads, but they are not yet commercially available on .
But an automated car might come to a full stop, as it dutifully. Autonomous cars are new technologies and won't have that track record for .
If you believe the CEOs, a fully autonomous car could be only months away. In 2015, Elon Musk predicted a fully autonomous Tesla by 2018; .
An Uber self-driving car on 5th Street in San Francisco in March 2017. Uber stopped testing its autonomous vehicles in the city earlier this year.
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