It was a sunny, barely dreamy morning in the coronary heart of Silicon Valley, and I was sitting within the passenger seat of what seemed like a superbly strange new automotive. There was something strangely Apple-like about it, though. There was no mistaking the apps organized across the console display, nor the deadpan voice of Apple’s digital assistant, who, as backseat drivers go, was fairly useful. Summoned via a button on the steering wheel and asked to find sushi nearby, Siri read off the names of some restaurants in the space, waited for me to choose one, after which showed the way on a map that appeared on the display screen.
It was Google Auto LLC that applied for the international car identification number (VIN) codes to determine every new self-driving car, identical to some other manufacturing car. Google Auto also liaised with America’s Nationwide Freeway Visitors Security Administration (NHTSA) … Read More