You are here

It's not the driverless car's fault - it's the other drivers': Google

Thursday, September 3, 2015 - 05:50

Google's self-driving car in Mountain View, California. The driverless car has been involved in several minor accidents because it observes traffic laws to the letter - and people don't.

Mountain View, California

GOOGLE, a leader in efforts to create driverless cars, has run into an odd safety conundrum: humans.

Last month, as one of Google's self-driving cars approached a crosswalk, it did what it was supposed to do when it slowed to allow a pedestrian to cross,

Market voices on:

Pair your daily business read with the perfect cup of espresso.

Subscribe to The Business Times today to receive your very own Nespresso Inissia coffee machine worth $188.

Find out more at

Powered by GET.comGetCom