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Unusual Invention - Google’s Driverless Car
by Startacus Admin
Here at Startacus we like to think that our forthcoming collaboration section is a rather innovative approach to pushing the ‘self employed’ wheel, however speaking of wheels, we couldn’t fail to be impressed with Google’s Driverless Car which we would bet shall be coming to a road near you in the very near future...
Google eh? First they mapped the roads, then they designed some rather fanciful prototype computerised glasses, and apparently they are also currently trying to build an equivalent to the human brain, but the driverless car.... Well that idea has been around the block a few times before.
However when Google make something, they generally get it pretty spot on, and with both cash and innovation by the bucketload, we reckon that this is one Google project that is very quickly going to become a reality.
It appears that a few US States have already recognised the potential for the driverless car and they have already passed laws approving their use. Apparently some Google staff members currently use the driverless cars to travel to work. :)
Seems like the future we’ve seen in sci-fi films is at last coming to fruition. Next for time travel - unless they have already got that one under lock and key!
So when you have an outlandish idea, don't necessily be put off by the doubters, who knows whats next hey?!
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