First commercial driverless car launched

Mashable reports:

Companies like Google have been toying with the concept of self-driving cars for years, but France-based robotics company Induct announced on Monday that its intelligent, electric and driverless vehicle is now available in the U.S.

The Navia shuttle — which can carry up to eight passengers — launched on Monday at the 2014 International CES show in Las Vegas, making it the world’s first commercially available self-driving vehicle.

You can read the full Mashable piece here, which reinforces my view that policy makers in Britain are going to be left scrambling to keep up with driverless technology, so quickly is it now progressing.

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