Do driverless cars offer safer, lower-cost and more efficient transportation?

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Human error accounts for 95 percent of car accidents.

In true Google fashion, the company is already working on a solution: driverless cars. The idea might sound farfetched, but today’s artificial-intelligence software coupled with high-tech sensors and cameras create a more efficient car that requires you to do none of the work.

Google certainly isn’t the only one working on these autonomous vehicles. Car manufacturers, such as General Motors, have eyed this sphere for at least a couple years — but we’re still close to a decade away from seeing these cars on the lots of dealerships. Still the biggest challenges the industry has seen are legal: government regulation, liability laws and privacy control.

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