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GPS

Abbreviation for:
gastrocnemius-plantaris-soleus
General Pharmaceutical Services 
general practice strategy
Goodpasture syndrome
grey platelet syndrome
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The robotic cars used in the University of Cambridge study that showed driverless cars working together to keep traffic moving smoothly can improve overall vehicle flow by at least 35%
The Government has said that driverless cars could lead to city centre car parks being turned into houses due to the rise of driverless cars.
That said, I am also aware that this is 'an exciting project which could put the West Midlands at the forefront of the UK's driverless cars revolution', but at what costs in terms of accidents and the loss of lives?
Bosses at the Higham-on-the-Hill vehicle testing facility want to spend [pounds sterling]26 million on a new track to test driverless cars and connected vehicles.
Only 9% of Americans say they would use the technology immediately once it is certified by government auto-safety regulators, while 38% say they would wait a while and 52% would never want to use a driverless car.
Are driverless cars going to be programmed to cope with the above conditions as well as 'normal' conditions or do we just leave them in the garage till better weather comes?
Electric and driverless cars are a true revolution for the automotive industry.
RAC chief engineer David Bizley said: Very understandably motorists have a range of questions and concerns about driverless cars.
But I'd like to raise a seldom discussed concern that all the euphoria around driverless cars has crowded out, and that's morality.
It said the driverless car concept was very popular in the Asian nation.Germany's Bosch on Wednesday announced a new partnership with China's internet giant Baidu und local mapping software providers AutoNavi and Navinfo.
After its driverless car crashed three days ago in Arizona, followed by a suspension of its self-driving programme, Uber's autonomous cars are back on the road.