Will your car be driving itself by 2020?
from CBS News
It all sounds like science fiction: cars that drive themselves, navigate streets and avoid crashes. Does this mean that within seven years you will be whisked down the street by your car while texting or making phone calls legally? Probably not. While the technology involving video cameras and radar sensors exists now in experimental form, concerns about how to regulate such cars for highway safety will likely slow their adoption. "The car no matter how automated is not yet ready to be more than a co-pilot," said National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator David Strickland in a statement. "And every co-pilot needs a pilot. Before self-driving vehicles can roam our streets, we have to resolve some of the challenges."
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