Autonomous Google car had a serious accident at one of the intersections of Mountain View. The cause of the collision, however, is not the poorly functioning computers. This time it is a human factor, or rather another driver passing intersection at red light.
Although the technology of autonomous vehicles is still not yet perfected, it now seems much safer than a human. The best example of this is Google-branded vehicles, which, despite the millions of miles they run, have not scored too many collisions. But the ones that took place were the fault of man.
This was also the case with the latest collision that took place in Mountain View, the headquarters of the internet giant. In a car passing through one of the crossings, a car hit a red light truck driver.
Although the two drivers were not seriously injured (the driver must be in a standalone vehicle as well, the driver must be present), the Google car was severely damaged. So it is safe to say that this was the most serious accident of the self-driving car belonging to the internet giant. As you can see in the picture, Lexus has wrecked the entire right side.
- Valuable Tips On Sensible Best Wireless Earbuds Keys - 06/10/2017
- NASA announces the winner of the Discovery Award for astronauts - 05/12/2017
- NASA chooses a landing site for the Mars rover - 05/10/2017
- Light business projector - 04/10/2017
- Twitter will help detect crimes - 03/08/2017
- The successor of the popular smartphone is coming - 03/03/2017
- Lockheed Martin is testing a mobile combat laser - 01/30/2017
- Torrent sites are more often a source of threats - 01/21/2017
- An unusual desk will make our work more comfortable - 01/17/2017
- HP Inc introduces new ScanJet scanners for SMEs and corporate clients - 01/16/2017