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Google Takes an Autonomous Road Trip Through Nevada

May 9, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

The state of Nevada has granted Google an official license to test out its fleet of self-driving cars on the state’s public roadways. The autonomous autos are able to drive and steer themselves, but humans are still required for now. In fact, two people must be riding in the car’s front seats whenever the vehicle hits the road.

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