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Driverless cars: what we've learned from experiments in San Francisco and Phoenix

By Jack Stilgoe, Professor of Science and Technology Policy, UCL
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Residents of San Francisco and Phoenix have grown used to witnessing something that, a decade ago, would have seemed magical. In some parts of these cities, at certain times, cars drive by with nobody behind the wheel.

Driverless “robotaxi” services pick up customers and ferry them to their destinations with the help of cameras, sensors and software that uses artificial intelligence.…The Conversation

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