Accidents… … are vital learning exercises. Google’s driverless vehicles cover more than 10,000 miles a day, in addition to the three million miles of computer-simulated driving taking place daily. But these real-life tests are crucial.
The only way to fully understand our world is to explore it by taking risks.
Driverless cars won’t just change who or what is behind the wheel — they hold the potential to change where we drive, which in turn can change our commutes, vacation plans and how we connect with family and friends. Driverless cars are positioned to forever change the world in which we live… but before they can do that, they must fundamentally and fully understand that world. And the only way to fully understand our world is to explore it by taking risks.