Intel CTO Justin Rattner claimed on Monday that driverless cars will be available within 10 years and will, of course, contain Intel chips.
Autonomous or driverless cars have been garnering headlines in recent months. In September, the state of California signed a bill clearing the way for driverless cars to share the road with other vehicles. In October, Google's executive chairman Eric E. Schmidt claimed that in his vision of the future, automated cars to drive us to and from work would be commonplace.
Eric Schmidt, Larry Page et Sergey Brin à bord d'une voiture Google automatique ©Google
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