Google Car

October 10, 2010 by Post Team 

Google Car, We are so used to seeing the Google cars with odd camera at the ceiling, but not a Toyota Prius with something totally different at the top. The next time that the car, then maybe you should take a look at the person in the driver’s seat, since they are not actually driving.

Google is known for the current state of the art software with respect to the services they provide, so it’s no surprise that the Prius is using AI software to control the car. The system is capable of detecting other vehicles around, and is said to be able to make the same choices that a human driver would do, but much faster.

Google has used seven cars in these tests, which led to 1,000 miles without human intervention. However, more than 140,000 miles has been covered with only a little driver input.

According to an article in the New York Times by John Markoff, there are still a couple of years yet until it looks completely autonomous vehicles on our roads – certainly seems odd that the giant search engine is very involved in this project.

As a child I grew up watching Knight Rider, if given the chance to drive one of these vehicles you feel the need to put a red light in front of the car and put a tight leather jacket.

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