The first test of a new generation of artificial intelligence for driving, according to Google
Google is making a big bet on artificial intelligence and the technology to power it.
The company announced the world’s first autonomous driving vehicle at the IELTS test centre in California.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is an investor in Google, and he and other company executives have been vocal supporters of autonomous driving.
On Monday, Google announced the first autonomous test of its new AI platform called “IELTS” which it says will be the world first “driving testbed”.
Elonian Musk’s SpaceX is building the first fully autonomous car Google announced.
The car will be powered by the company’s “Google Car” software.
Google will offer the test to about 250 people on its campus in Mountain View, California.
The test will be conducted in two phases: first, a test run of autonomous vehicles in the first few weeks of 2021; and second, a longer trial that will run from the end of 2021 to the end and beyond 2021.
Google says it is targeting a test cycle of around one million miles.
“It’s not just a test, it’s a testing ground,” said Dr Adam Mair, an assistant professor at Carnegie Mellon University who has worked on the project.
In the first phase, the cars will be driven on the highway, driving from the test centre to the test site.
Driving will be done in a simulated test track with simulated driving conditions.
For the second phase, Google will be testing cars with a “drive to the moon” mode.
To do this, Google plans to have the vehicles “drive from the earth’s surface, to the surface of the moon and back”, according to a Google blog post.
This mode will allow the cars to be tested with different settings, such as the driver in front or behind the wheel.
Tesla is also working on a test platform called the “Space X” for testing driverless vehicles.
Dr Mair said Google’s new test centre will also be the first to test autonomous cars with artificial intelligence software.
The company said that the test facility is “the first to allow a fully autonomous driving testbed that will be able to achieve speeds up to 20,000 miles per hour”.
The first phase of the test is scheduled to take place between January and May, while the second will be between June and August.
The second phase will take place in two years, according Google.
Earlier this year, Musk wrote a blog post, titled “What’s next for autonomous driving?”, that highlighted Google’s ambitions.
It’s possible that by the end, Google could be able “to drive up to 250 miles per day,” he wrote.
Musk said that Google will eventually have a “100% driverless car” that will have “no steering wheel” and will have a self-driving mode.
Google said the test was funded by a $500 million grant from the US government.