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Driverless cars need to hit the road come rain, wind or shine

Would you rather a robot car that can drive you anywhere and at anytime, or a car that throws in the towel as soon as a storm hits or one that flat out refuses to take you anywhere at night?

Chief Investigator Michael Milford wrote an Article in The Conversation on all-weather driverless cars. Humans are still better than machines at driving in extreme weather conditions for now but how close are we to a robot car that can drive well all of the time? Read the full article here

PostedJune 10, 2016

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