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The police could be controlling your self-driving car

It isn’t hard to imagine why police and other public-safety officials might want the power to override how autonomous vehicles are controlled. Sourced through Scoop.it from: http://www.marketwatch.com This is a really interesting concept that I hadn’t considered. Of course for … Continue reading

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Could this be the ANSWER to traffic congestion in our cities?

The technology, which sits on the windscreen like a sat-nav, is designed to reduce congestion and pollution and help motorists drive more efficiently Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk There are certainly vehicles that should get priority either because it is urgent, or because … Continue reading

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