A new state law defines autonomous vehicles as “a motor vehicle that uses artificial intelligence, sensors and global positioning system coordinates to drive itself without the active intervention of a human operator.” The law was enacted in 2011.
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Nevada to have autonomous vehicles on the roads by March 2012?
“We just want to be the ones to break this technology here in Nevada,”
says Scott Magruder, spokesperson for the Nevada Department of
Transportation. “It’s something in the future, and we want to be ready,
and we’re a state with long roads and low traffic so it’s a good place
to test it.”