Driverless cars take to the road in Australia-first

This weekend, South Australia will hold the Southern Hemisphere’s first test of a self-driving car. Professor Raj Rajkumar from Carnegie Mellon University has travelled to Adelaide for a conference on driverless cars, starting today, that’s coinciding with the trial. RAJ RAJKUMAR: What the vehicle can do today and in the near future is drive itself on the highways, in a traffic jam, change lanes on a highway, park itself. So parts of the journey will be automated but not the entire journey in the near future.