Volvo predicts it will have fully autonomous cars for sale by 2020

Volvo is putting its Krona on the table. Many car manufacturers are promising that by 2020 they will have semi-autonomous cars, meaning the driver will still have to pay attention. The Swedish car company has now said its systems will have learned enough and be safe enough that the “driver” won’t have to supervise, according to Tech Insider. Other manufacturers will be still in driver-management mode. “The thing that is unique is that we are really trying to deploy the technology in reality. And when I say that, I mean self-driving cars that allow drivers to do something else behind the steering wheel,” said Erik Coelingh, senior technical leader for safety and driver support technologies. Related: School’s in session — Nvidia’s driverless system learns by watching Volvo is using Nvidia’s GPU-based…


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