Nevada Looking To Proactively Legalize Autonomous Cars
from the paving-the-road-to-the-future dept
As Ryan Calo notes in his post (the one linked above) about this, it's great that Nevada is taking a proactive approach, however, he does worry about some of the broad language:
The bill's definition of autonomous vehicles is unclear, even circular. Autonomous driving exists on a spectrum. Many vehicles available today have autonomous features, while falling short of complete computer control. Surely the bill's authors do not intend to require that, for instance, today's self-parking Lexus LS 460L be tested and certified.Either way, it's exciting to think that such vehicles are getting closer to being available to the public.