Google’s Autonomous Toyotas Drive Better than Humans

Google Autonomous Toyota Prius Driving 1 photo
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If you are not up to date with what’s going on with technology these days, Google is also working at a new technology to make autonomous vehicles and the project seems to be going very well.
According to the robot-car project chief, their Toyota Prius and Lexus RX controlled by the Google Chaffeur software are driving better than an average person. In fact, they drive better than a trained professional.

“We’re spending less time in near-collision states,” explained Chris Urmson at a robotics conference in Santa Clara, California Friday. “Our car is driving more smoothly and more safely than our trained, professional drivers.”

The results are based on several years and hundreds of hundreds of miles on public roads in California and Nevada. The cars accelerated and braked more smoothly than an average driver and could also maintain a safe distance between vehicles better than humans.

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