"гугъл" показа си кола робот

If you’re near Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California, this summer, you may see a different kind of robot car driving around without the aid of the person in the front seat. The tech company announced Friday it was set to release a smaller, more compact version of its driver-assisted vehicles on to roads later this summer.
The new edition has been put under some significant stress before Google and the Department of Transportation approved it to interact with primate-operated vehicles.
Now the car will be assisted, if need be, by a single person with a detachable steering wheel, gas pedal and brake pedal in case it needs to be taken over.
Self-driving cars, at this point, require a special license to operate and are available only to the testers of the vehicles, rather than the general population.