GM CEO Mary Barry - Self Driving Cars is possible but it will take time

GM CEO Mary Barry - Self Driving Cars is possible but it will take time -

A question was asked by Walt Mossberg, an American journalist who has worked as principal technology columnist for the Walt Street Journal until January 2014, the General Motors CEO Mary Barry in the reference code, whether we will finally see self-driving cars on the road and if so, when this will happen.

she said she saw no way but for realistic time frame, she said it would be a trip. It did not say how long it will take, but believes that the wait will be long. There are many things to do before full self-driving cars can be seen on the road. It is the road infrastructure to be built for them, new laws at the federal level and the state and consumers confident about cars driving the car support.

She added that in the shorter term, consumers are more interested in smart control systems that allow drivers to take their hands off the steering wheel and feet off the pedal and the car yet able to make it to the destination. She suggested that cars coming Cadillac include superb cruise mode that does the same thing.

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