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Waymo

Waymo is an autonomous car development company and subsidiary of Google's parent company, Alphabet Inc. On November 7, 2017, Waymo announced that it had begun testing driverless cars without a safety driver at the driver position. There is still an employee in the car.

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Google Begins Testing Self-Driving Prototype Cars in Austin, Texas

Google is expanding efforts to gather information on how the prototypes interact with traffic, road conditions and people. Google and other automotive manufacturers and suppliers have said they should have the technology ready to build self-driving cars by 2020. Google executives said that the company doesn't want to build its own cars but would rather prefer to find a production and development partner. The cars have humans on board who can assume manual control of the vehicles if necessary.

Contributed by Sam Feldstone

A few days ago, Google announced that it had a working prototype of its self-driving car. It's kinda fugly, but I guess some might think it's cute. Personally, I can't wait until self-driving cars are sold. I'm ready to take a lot of naps in the car :)

Contributed by Chuck Kao

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