This interactive map shows where self-driving cars are being tested around the world

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Self-driving car development is one of the biggest trends in the automotive world today — but the companies that are working on autonomous vehicle (AV) systems can’t just test their technology on any public road. 

Local governments first need to give self-driving pilots permission to operate — which is why, for example, Uber decided to test its self-driving taxis in Arizona rather than its hometown of San Francisco following a very public regulatory dispute with the California DMV.

Now, Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Aspen Institute has released the Global Atlas of Autonomous Vehicles (AV) in Cities that shows where all self-driving car development projects are being tested around the world. The guide is specifically focused on urban areas where the local governments are “playing a substantial role” in the work, with the goal of organizing information about the various projects to help cities learn from the other efforts currently underway.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable AI Feed

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