|Presentation Date||September 27, 2012|
|Topic(s)||Google's Self-Driving Car|
One day you could sit by doing other things as your car does the driving for you. Google's autonomous vehicles are already doing just that. These robotic cars can navigate public roads and have logged more than 190,000 miles driving through cities and other populated areas. Google's cars also can be a little more "aggressive" when it needs to be.
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