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Google's driverless project



Wednesday, 28 May 2014 | 11:30 AM ET


CNBC auto reporter Phil LeBeau breaks down all the details of Google's fully-automated car.

Look past the fact Google's new prototype car doesn't have a steering wheel or gas and brake pedals. Get over the gee-whiz fascination that people could soon be riding in driverless cars. Instead, see what the Google prototype could represent: the end of bad drivers.


Don't laugh; this may be a peak at a future few could have ever imagined.
If Google's prototype works as planned it will eliminate the need for humans to make driving decisions.
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