I wouldn’t ordinarily link to something (or even read something) from this publication, but it’s about self-driving cars, so I’ll make an exception. I found it via Drudge.
Anyway, the reason the article caught my eye is that it’s about a self-driving car that’s already in use, albeit not on regular public streets. It’s on a college campus. Nevertheless, it is in use. What’s more, the vehicle was built by a startup company for a fraction of the cost of the prototypes being developed by automakers, Google, and others.
I keep saying, these things will be available for everyone in the foreseeable future.
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