We're wary of self-driving cars in general, and Google's driverless car technology is anything but proven, but we do have to admit that seeing Google's behind-the-scenes process is extremely cool. Join us as we cautiously examine how Google's trying to make self-driving cars work.
Sure, your Roomba picks up dust, but can it climb rocks and avoid obstacles? It will if you follow the example of Dean Segovis and dissect your Roomba robotic vacuum to build this killer makeshift Earth rover.
Fish are able to travel in huge schools and change direction without colliding, an ability Nissan is attempting to mimic with their Eporo robot car. Although able to travel around obstacles in groups we're told they still can't catch Pac-Man.
Steve Doocy, one of the two friends in Fox And Friends, simultaneously explains how the driverless cab works and proves that a journalism degree doesn't qualify you to talk about anything, especially technology.
A Japanese company has created a creepily anthropomorphic, Linux-powered 1/10-scale robot car capable of piloting itself with the use of cameras and sensors to test autonomous algorithms without trashing real cars. It's called RoboCar Z.