There were reportedly zero events on the drive that required human intervention.
GM owns Cruise Automation, but it operates as a startup, working sort of outside the larger GM bubble. Its latest self-driving foray took place at night, and cameras were rolling.
While this is just one video, and it’s not indicative of every Cruise attempt at autonomous driving, it’s good to see a self-driving car’s trip conclude without an issue. And the system isn’t pitch perfect, with some jerky stops and some wandering in the lane, but it’s still a pretty solid drive overall.
Cruise is no stranger to this type of video, having already released one of its self-driving hardware putting around San Francisco in the daytime. My guess is that the next one will feature some rain, perhaps.
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