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Driverless cars are the future. From software to support production to algorithms to battery technology, companies like yours will be needed.
In a recent study, more than one-third of employed millennials surveyed said they believed that within 20 years, machines would be able to do the job they -- the humans -- do today. Only one in 10 feared that future.
The game is a very rich and realistic simulation from which to learn to drive.
Coming soon: "safe driving system" technology to keep track of your business's employee-drivers, as well as that teen in the family car.
It's a bit ambitious to say that 2017 will be the year self-driving cars take over, but it's reasonable to expect massive progress this year.
The insurance-industry landscape is drastically changing in the face of driverless cars. For one thing, rates are expected to go down.
This is the first time that a Silicon Valley company has partnered with a traditional automaker to create a driverless vehicle.
Anonymous sources say the partnership could be announced soon.
MIT's trying to find out.