Driverless cars, driverless traffic: What’s next?
The technology behind autonomous cars is in its infancy, but its effects are already starting to be felt.
For years, autonomous vehicles have been used by some carmakers to test out new features.
But the latest example involves a company called Ford, which is working on autonomous vehicle technology.
Ford is developing an autonomous driving system called Autopilot, which will use computer vision to determine the best route to take, and then drive itself.
The company says the system is capable of driving on the roads and highways of Pittsburgh, Ohio, where it will be tested.
The company has also developed a fleet of autonomous vehicles for the company’s global headquarters in Austin, Texas, that can carry up to 1,000 people.
A spokesman for Ford said the company was not going to discuss details of its testing process or its future plans.
But in a statement, the company said that it had invested $1.5 billion in Autopilots to improve safety and enhance the safety of drivers and passengers.
And Ford said it had hired a team of researchers to develop Autopile, a computer vision system that could help make autonomous vehicles more reliable.
The goal is to “make autonomous vehicles as safe as human-driven vehicles in a variety of situations and in a multitude of driving conditions,” the company wrote.