Companies are racing to get driverless cars out on the roads.
But what exactly qualifies as fully driverless is more difficult to pin down than you might think. SAE International, a US-based association that develops standards for automobiles, has a six-tier system to define the different levels of autonomous cars.
Here's the breakdown:
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This refers to the classic car we all know and love.
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