Analogue vs Digital: Self-Driving Cars

NextNature.net
June 29th 2015

I can hear you think. "What’s the difference, both are analogue cars?", you are right. Both cars are analogue, driving on physical, existing roads. However, they differ greatly from each other. The image on the left is a car, as we know them. It has a lot of digital technology in it already, but not nearly as much as the other one. The image on the right shows a Google Driverless Car. I know, I want one too! Just lay back and relax while a complex system of sensors and artificial intelligence software drives you through the streets. Do you think driverless cars belong to the future? Think again! The future is here already.

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