Trying to bypass anxiety on the road to driverless cars
Wed, Dec 13, 2017 - 5:50 AM
A Volvo factory in Goteborg, Sweden. Volvo is trying to apply learning from the use of driver-assistance features to design fully autonomous cars for highway use by 2021.
ONE of the big unknowns about self-driving cars is how human drivers will react once they can hand off the tasks of steering, braking and avoiding obstacles to a combination of unseen sensors, software and computer chips under the hood.