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Roadmap for driverless cars: Five highlights | The Wall Street Journal

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04 June 2013



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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Thursday came out with a road map for navigating the future of self-driving cars. Bryant Walker Smith, a lecturer at Stanford Law School who studies driverless vehicles,  said there’s still no consensus on how we’ll know these cars are safe enough.  Should it be as safe as the average driver or better? “NHTSA’s research will, I hope, help address these questions,” he said.

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