Who Will Be Responsible when a Driverless Car Crashes?

An autonomous car, also known as an uncrewed vehicle, driverless car, self-driving car and robotic car, is an autonomous vehicle capable of fulfilling the main transportation capabilities of a traditional car. As an autonomous vehicle, it is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without human input.     Debate has recently emerged questioning who will be liable when a driverless car gets into an accident. With the news breaking that industry experts are projecting fully automated cars on our roads by as soon as 2020, the prospect of the autonomous future of our roads is coming into stronger and stronger focus. Currently, cars with driver-assistance features require a high leve. . .

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All You Need To Know About Driverless Cars

10 years back when we used to think about future cars, we could not have imagine driverless cars at that time. Since a century, we have safe and reliable cars. Now with much advancements in technology, all we can think about is flying and autonomous cars. Its like the jetsons age is nearly come. I wonder. Google has been continuously conducting research studies to develop its tech and make autonomous cars more reliable and safe. Just six months ago, the UK ministers announced £19million would be ploughed into driverless car research. Autonomous cars (robotic cars) are those that can function all driving, commuting and parking function all by itself. It is a technology that senses the enviro. . .

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