Nevada paves way to getting robotic cars on the road

Move could be good news for self-driving car backers Google, GM

By , Computerworld |  Hardware, car tech, robotics

Technology, specifically artificial intelligence, could revolutionize what automobiles are able to do, said Sebastian Thrun, a professor of computer science and director of the artificial intelligence laboratory at Stanford.

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