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Google self-driving cars having a hard time responding to wacky human driving habits

Posted on Tuesday, May 12 2015 @ 11:33:12 CEST by

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In the six years of testing self-driving cars, Google's fleet of now 20-plus cars has covered 1.7 million miles of autonomous and manual driving. The cars have been involved in 11 minor accidents but not once did a Google car cause the accident. Since September, the Google cars have been involved in three accidents and Google claims wacky driving habits of humans are one of the major issues.
Out of the 11 reported accidents, Google's cars have been hit from behind seven times, according to the post. That happened mainly at traffic lights but also on the freeway.

The company's cars have also been side-swiped a couple of times and hit by a car rolling through a stop sign, the post said.

Google's cars now average 10,000 miles of autonomous driving a week, mostly on city streets near Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California.
Full details at ComputerWorld.

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