Government backs driverless car trials in London

Members of the public could be able to summon driverless cars in two years’ time after the Government backed a consortium looking to test the technology in London. The Departments for Business and Transport have handed the group £12.8m to research and develop self-driving technology ahead of a trial in the capital. FiveAI, a Cambridge-based artificial intelligence firm, is developing the trial with Direct Line, the University of Oxford, Transport for London and the Transport Research Laboratory. 

Full story here: The Telegraph

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