Nevada gives go ahead for driverless cars

Driverless Car
Driverless Car

Nevada, becomes the first state in the US that has approved the use of driverless cars. Nevada state legislators passed a law that instructs the Nevada Department of Transportation to work out rules including safety standards, insurance requirements and testing sites.

So far, Google has already tested driverless cars in California, where they have chalked up around 140,000 miles sans drivers. The Nevada law defines permits cars which relies on artificial intelligence, sensors and GPS to drive without active the attention of a human operator.



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