Daily Mail Got Duped About A Google Self Driving Taxi Service
Aug 27, 2013 11:47
An article in the Daily Mail reported that an urban alterna-taxi service will be purchasing 2500 of Google's new self driving cars, the GX3200. That's great! The only problem? It's not real! This data comes by way of a TechCrunch story about the first-of-its-kind fleet.
I was fooled too, but then the date of the article mentioned July 2023. Nice one though. And self driving taxis? Sounds like a good idea.
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