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Is Google's "Driverless Car" a Defective Product? In the video of Google’s new development of a driverless car, there are numerous perspectives to be seen in order to determine whether it can be classified as a defective product or a successful one. At the moment, Google is nowhere near fully selling the driverless car to the public or having the ability to mass produce these vehicles for national use. However, unlike in the past, the possibility of a future of driverless cars is no longer something of pure imagination. The goal of driverless cars may not be immediately at hand but it is much closer into coming to fruition as opposed to previous years where the idea was simply an idea. Under existing law some may take the stance that Google’s driverless car can be seen as a defective product, largely due to the fact that it’s not fully capable of replacing a human driver which is its intended purpose. Google has been developing their driverless car for years for public use and yet it is still
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Unformatted text preview: incapable of performing the action that it was created for, from this point of view it can be seen as a defective and waste of a product. On the other hand I choose to see Google’s driverless car as simply a product in development. It’s main purpose is to be able to transport it’s users from one location to another without the supervision of another human, likewise it should do this in a more efficient and safer manner. Although Google’s driverless car is currently unable to perform the duties that it has been assigned I believe that in time, and with further development, the driverless car will shift from its current view as a potentially defective product to a successful one. Currently Google will not be able to see any of these driverless cars but when it reaches its final development I believe it will no longer be classified as a defective product....
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