By 2020, autonomous driving is expected to be as commonplace as driving.
But to make it a reality, it’s going to take more than just fancy hardware and software.
The next decade is going to be about understanding how this technology works, how it will change our lives, and how it can help us get there.
Here are five things you need now to know:The first step to fully autonomous driving in 2020 is to understand what the technology is capable of and what it doesn’t.
The technologies we’re building are the foundation of a better tomorrow.
By 2020 we’re going to see fully autonomous vehicles on every street corner.
They’re going in every car, truck, and train, with a fully automated steering system.
You’ll see them everywhere, even in your living room.
And you’ll see their full capabilities in the next decade.
The first major step is getting humans to the edge of autonomy.
By 2023, we’ll have fully autonomous cars in every city, and in all of the world.
The world has never seen such a broad and vibrant human presence.
In 2020, the number of cars on the road will surpass the number in 2025, and that number will grow even more.
This is the future we want.
We’re not only creating a safer, more efficient world, we’re also enabling a more connected, inclusive, and peaceful one.
A better tomorrow means a better society, where everyone is treated with dignity and respect, where people are able to participate in their communities and communities are able at the same time to be open and inclusive.
This will happen if we work together.
We know the first step toward fully autonomous drive is getting people to the brink.
But if we can work together to make sure everyone on Earth gets the safety and respect they deserve, the future is possible.