Self-Driving Google Car Gets Nevada License: Like or Dislike

Self-Driving Google Car Gets Nevada License: Like or Dislike

  • Nadia G (Bitchin Kitchen) and Kassem G (Ask Kassem and California On) discussed with Shira Nevada's recent decision to allow Google's self-driving car to be tested in Las Vegas (of all places).

    "So two people die instead of one; this is the logic, I guess," joked Nadia G, responding to the fact that the Google car will be required to have two human passengers in the vehicle. On (slightly) more serious point, Nadia said that while technology is good for things like Excel spreadsheets, "For driving, that's some fun stuff; you don't want to lose your grip on some fun things."

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