But there are questions about its viability — will consumers buy into losing control behind the wheel?Speaking only for myself, I could see buying it--I'm nearing the point where my self-confidence is my driving ability is starting to fade, so an old geezer I've love the ability to delegate 99 percent of the driving to a computer. I suspect that's how the innovation will come; something like Segway which was promoted as revolutionary but has turned out to be a niche filler. Between geezers and drunks there's a big niche to fill.
Friday, May 18, 2012
Google's Driverless Car Comes to Washington
Here's a Politico report on the car's success in navigating Capitol Hill streets, not the halls yet. It includes this question: