Today we talk about the on-going self-driving car competition across the whole country and where the UK is in the race. The US, China and Japan have been moving ahead swiftly in the race to put autonomous vehicles on public roads, but new trials in West London perhaps indicate the UK is not that far behind.
A recent survey from OpenText suggests 31% of UK respondents believe there will be more autonomous vehicles on the roads than human-driven ones over the next 10-15 years, though this is down from the 66% who answered the same question positively 12 months ago.
What are your thoughts on the matter?
Safe driving, from Britannia!