Of course, given that I have not been able to find my place on Google Earth yet, I am not sure if I would trust Larry to get me home after a particularly heavy Raki bender. Besides he would drive it on the wrong side of the road.
Google co-founder Larry Page told a meeting of academic researchers that how 40,000 people die annually in US car crashes, Page proposed giving computers control over cars. Of course, where there is a computer there is a search outfit beginning with the letter G.
Page said that while many people fear the loss of control, computer guided cars would mean that a lot fewer people would die.
Page told the boffins at the American Association for the Advancement of Science that they have to start marketing themselves a bit better.
He said that if no one really pays attention to them, they have a serious marketing problem. Who are they, anyway?. µ
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