Waymo has shared video of the first experiences of early riders in its self-driving cars, and anybody hoping for horror or white-knuckle excitement will probably find the whole thing fairly anticlimactic. The Alphabet-owned company, spun out of Google’s driverless car research, began trials in Arizona last year, but it’s only recently that the state has allowed Waymo to do away … Continue reading

Waymo’s early riders are falling asleep in its driverless cars

Waymo has shared video of the first experiences of early riders in its self-driving cars, and anybody hoping for horror or white-knuckle excitement will probably find the whole thing fairly anticlimactic. The Alphabet-owned company, spun out of Google’s driverless car research, began trials in Arizona last year, but it’s only recently that the state has allowed Waymo to do away … Continue reading

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