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Submission + - Self-driving cars for 'ordinary people' within 5 years: Google's Sergey Brin (computerworld.com.au)

angry tapir writes: "Google is known for setting ambitious targets for itself, and it's apparently making no exception for self-driving cars. Such "autonomous vehicles" will be a reality for "ordinary people" in less than five years, Google CEO Sergey Brin has claimed. He also said he thinks autonomous cars will be "far safer" than those driven by humans, and he envisioned a world in which office parking lots become a thing of the past, with cars instead dropping off their owners and driving off to park themselves somewhere else."
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Self-driving cars for 'ordinary people' within 5 years: Google's Sergey Brin

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