Former GM Exec: Driverless Cars Could Hit Market by 2018
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Former GM Exec Says Driverless Cars Could Hit Market by 2018

GM has been working on computer-driven vehicles for the past decade, but Google has been at the forefront of the movement, testing driverless cars on public roads since 2012.

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driverless-car-googleThe Christian Science Monitor reported that Larry Burns, former vice president for research and development at General Motors (GM), said Google’s driverless cars could be ready as early as 2018.

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Burns revealed that GM has been working on computer-driven vehicles for the past decade, but Google has been at the forefront of the movement, testing driverless cars on public roads since 2012.

Burns went on to say that not only could millions of lives be saved through autonomous cars, but Americans could save anywhere from $2 to $4 trillion a year, in money and time.

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