"That’s roughly how its in-car dashboard system, Android Auto, operates now. However, running an OS for a full vehicle, with its wealth of safety features and parts made by disparate companies, may be too complicated, said Bryant Walker Smith, a law professor at the University of South Carolina who studies the field. He expects Google to enter into specific licensing deals in the not-too-distant future with carmakers or fleets — providing self-driving software and gizmos, say, for a dealership or a delivery company. Read more » about Who Is Google’s Self-Driving Car CEO, and Where Is He Heading?
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