Google wants to take over car driving at the Inquirer completely takes Larry Page’s quote out of context to write a hilarious article. Larry Page, Google co-founder, said “40,000 people die annually in US car crashes.” Page then “proposed giving computers control over cars” so that there will be fewer accidents.
Well, we already have the Lexus that parks itself. So why not cars that completely drive themselves. This is not really an original thought, and many people see this as the future. But will people trust Google to drive them around?