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We Review Google Patents So You Don't Have To

The latest self-driving car patent from Google dropped this week. This one describes a “Method to Detect Nearby Aggressive Drivers and Adjust Driving Modes,” and it pretty much does exactly what it says. 709 more words

Autonomous Vehicles / Self Driving Cars

Six reasons why Google's autonomous car director thinks public sale is still five years away

Google’s self-driving cars may have notched up 700,000 accident-free miles without anyone needing to press the big red Stop button, but project director Chris Urmson’s personal deadline to have the cars on sale to the public is still five years away, reports the MIT’s  280 more words

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Google's self-driving car is programmed to speed for your safety

We’ve been told all along that self-driving cars are safer that today’s human-powered vehicles. By eliminating human error, these autonomous vehicles are expected to drastically reduce the number of auto accidents on public roadways. 258 more words


10 Examples of technology coming to us in the future

Today on Fairweather news we look at 10 different examples of up and coming technology that will be set to hit stores in the not too distant future. 333 more words

Here's why you're not behind the wheel of Google's self-driving car

It was inevitable that Google would have to overcome a few obstacles to make its self-driving car a reality. Despite months of successful tests, government officials and the general public are still concerned about the… 306 more words


Google to add manual controls to self-driving car

Google self-driving car currently has no physical controls beyond a start and stop button, but California’s Department of Motor Vehicles add new rules, which will come into place next month, will prevent Google’s autonomous vehicle from public road testing in the US State unless it adds manual controls. 95 more words


Code/red: Google’s New Music Service Has Predictably Awful Name


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You Let an Algorithm Pick These Names or What?

For all its skill in developing new products and services, Google sure is awful at naming them. 927 more words