FBI Concerned Google's Self-Driving Car Could Be A Weapon
The agency says criminals could make use of the company's hands-free driving by shooting at law enforcement.By Madison Burke | July 16, 2014
The FBI is showing some concerns about Google's new driverless car.
In May, Google presented Google Chauffeur — the self-driving car prototype that does not have a steering wheel or pedals, but instead uses strategically placed sensors to move around. (Via Google)
In a blog post, Google explained, "They have sensors that remove blind spots, and they can detect objects out to a distance of more than two football fields in all directions, which is especially helpful on busy streets with lots of intersections."