Florida Looks to Place Driverless Vehicles on the Road

driverlessSelf-driving vehicles remain the next frontier. As the technology continues to improve and become common in modern vehicles, a pair of Florida lawmakers are seeking to loosen the reins.

A new bill is being introduced which would permit self-driving vehicles to navigate the Florida roadways without a human being inside of the vehicle. A similar bill is also in the works to be introduced in the Senate.

A goal of the self-driving vehicle bill is to position Florida as one of the leaders in the testing of autonomous vehicles. With the legislation, ridesharing companies like Uber would be better able to work on and enhance the technology without having to deal with lots of regulations. The technology could potentially allow a passenger to watch television as they are being transported to their destination.

There are obvious concerns about driverless technology. Even as research continues to evolve the technology, it remains a worry as to whether these vehicles are indeed able to operate on their own with no one in them. There are reported instances of autonomous vehicles becoming “confused” or getting stuck when left to their own devices, necessitating a human to get them back on track.

As technology moves forward, don’t be surprised if you glance over at the vehicle to your left and notice there is no one in it.

To read more, please visit https://futurism.com/florida-law-self-driving-cars.

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