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As with their willingness to use self-driving cars themselves, those with higher levels of education and younger Americans are most likely to say they would be comfortable being a regular passenger in a self-driving car.
Kornhauser explained that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) attitude towards emergency systems in self-driving cars is faulty, favouring what he calls 'crash mitigation.
However, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview last June with Bloomberg that the iPhone company was not looking into developing its own self-driving cars, but was instead focusing on an (http://www.
For instance, given an image captured by a self-driving car camera, if two networks think that the car should turn left and the third thinks that the car should turn right, then a corner-case is likely in the third deep neural network.
That's because self-driving cars, the report says, can free up drinkers to consume one incremental alcoholic beverage per week on average.
Caption: A Waymo self-driving car on a test track in California
Self-driving cars have to detect road features in all conditions, regardless of weather or lighting.
Here's a look at eight reasons that drivers are reluctant to use self-driving cars, according to a survey by the Boston Consulting Group and the World Economic Forum:
In a retrenchment of one of its most ambitious initiatives, Apple has shuttered parts of its self-driving car project and laid off dozens of employees, according to three people briefed on the move who were not allowed to speak about it publicly.
If the move to self-driving vehicles is inevitable, then it will be the single biggest change in the relationship between cars and their passengers since the invention of the motor vehicle itself," writes Consumer Reports columnist Mike Monticello ("The State of the Self-Driving Car," Mar.
In an in-depth report from BI Intelligence, we analyse the self-driving car market by analysing the current state of the self-driving car and provide an in-depth analysis for how we see the self-driving car progressing over the next five years.
In a September 2015 survey of 1,500 US drivers, over half the respondents said they may buy a partially self-driving car in about five years.