Escrito el 25 Sep 2012
But while we know that robo-cars are coming, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) recently released predictions that autonomous cars will account for up to 75 percent of vehicles on the road by the year 2040. The organization went even further, forecasting how infrastructure, society and attitudes could change when self-driving cars become the norm around the middle of the century. IEEE envisions an absence of traffic signs and lights since highly evolved, self-driving cars won't need them, and it believes that full deployment could even eliminate the need for driver's licenses. Google gets license to operate driverless cars in Nevada
While this all sounds sci-fi, we're already starting to see separate threads of this autonomous-car future being weaved in current real-world tests.