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driv·ing

(drīv'ing),
The induction of a frequency in the EEG by sensory stimulation at this frequency.

driv·ing

(drīv'ing)
The induction of a frequency in the electroencephalogram by sensory stimulation at this frequency.
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Americans are largely uncomfortable with the idea of riding in a self-driving car on a daily basis, as 59% rate their discomfort with this fairly high on a five-point scale.
Though these are hardly the first car crashes involving self-driving cars, these incidents raise a question that's been asked many times before: Who is the responsible party?
Apple had previously received a permit from the state of California to test three self-driving cars last April.
A corner case example: a self-driving car system might be programmed to recognize the curve in a two-lane highway in most instances.
AS MANY FULL-SERVICE RESTAURANTS STRUGGLE to coax consumers to come in and sit down for a drink or meal, there may soon be a factor that boosts beverage-alcohol sales: self-driving cars.
Lyft, the ride-hailing service based in USA, is soon expected to feature Waymo's self-driving cars on its cab portfolio.
Several companies are testing such vehicles, and in March, a self-driving car made news when it crashed in Tempe, Arizona.
Thrun estimates 15 years at least before self-driving cars outnumber conventional cars; others say longer.
Google was one of the pioneering companies when it came to developing self-driving cars.
But just as deep learning did with image search and voice recognition, it is likely to forever change the course of self-driving cars.
Half of the people surveyed -- 50 percent -- responded that they wouldn't feel safe in a self-driving car.
Summary: In a retrenchment of one of its most ambitious initiatives, Apple has shuttered parts of its self-driving car project and laid off dozens of employees