Waymo, an Alphabet subsidiary, opens access to its autonomous taxis
Waymo, a company withing Alphabet, has allowed the residents of Phoenix, Arizona to use their autonomous cars. The cars are provided at no cost to the residents. For now, each car will also have a supervisor for emergency. The company intends to gather feedback from the residents in what they want from the future of cars. This is prudent in world that is full of ambition. As self-driving cars become mainstream, it is important for companies to know user preferences.
Many companies other than Google are emerging in this market. After Uber’s involvement with California means that there is room for competition. Google involved itself in autonomous vehicles since 2009, when it acquired the auto company.