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Earlier this week, Google scored a political win when the national roadway safety agency approved the company’s self-driving system as a legal driver.
But Google asked for much more. 440 more words
US vehicle safety regulators say that the artificial intelligence system used in Google’s driverless cars can qualify as a driver under federal law.
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NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) will interpret ‘driver’ in the context of Google’s described motor vehicle design as referring to the self-driving system, and not to any of the vehicle occupants.
By Ian Bush
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — There’s no one behind the wheel, and that just might be OK. Transportation safety regulators tell Google that the computer at the helm of its car could be considered a driver under federal law. 214 more words
Riddle me this: Is there a driver of a driverless car? It may sound like a philosophical puzzle, like asking what is the sound of one hand clapping. 214 more words
Just a month after federal regulators took steps to ease restrictions for self-driving cars, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has let one tech company know that its artificial intelligence system could be considered an actual driver under federal law. 378 more words
One of the biggest days in any US high schooler’s life is when they get their driving license. And now, Google’s self-driving cars have been granted that same level of freedom. 510 more words