Public transportation is rapidly evolving—with all the recent advances in driverless vehicles, it’s natural that the urban commute should become a prime focus for this new technology. Forward-looking cities, transport services, and car manufacturers are all looking to road test the autonomous tech of the future.
In October of this year, the White House released a report titled “Preparing For the Future of Artificial Intelligence.” It’s a significant acknowledgement, from the highest organs of government, that AI is now a major part of our current and future lives. In this infographic, we’ve summarized the White House report’s key findings.
Unfortunately, we won't be driving cars like this any time soon.
Autonomous cars could prevent 95% of accidents. They could decrease fuel use by 90%. They will change everything.
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Cars are becoming a part of our connected world—just another smart device, like our phones and tablets. And driverless tech, meanwhile, has evolved rapidly in recent years; companies like Tesla Motors, Google and Uber have invested heavily in the technology. So here’s a look at what we can expect within the next 10 years.
We're entering the era of the robot, and we're going to need some new laws.
15 states currently have different rules for drivers and manufacturers.
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The "Vision Next 100" BMW concept car is luxurious, self-driving, and emissions free.
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