- (of a machine) operating without the guidance of a human.
- (of a vehicle) navigated and maneuvered by a computer without a need for human control or intervention under a range of driving situations and conditions: self-driving cars.
Origin of self-driving
Examples from the Web for self-driving
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What might really matter most, however, is that the self-driving car might save lives.Best Business Longreads
November 24, 2013
Auto Correct Burkhard Bilger, The New Yorker Inside Google quest to create a self-driving car.The Week’s Best Longreads for November 23, 2013
November 23, 2013
It will be integrated with what I do when I drive my self-driving car.The Internet Won’t Save Us: Evgeny Morozov’s Stand Against Technology Solutionism
March 5, 2013
Self-driving cars represent a massive one--one that I'm not sure companies will take on.Are Driverless Cars Really in Our Near Future?
January 24, 2013
“Self-driving cars never get sleepy or distracted,” Nancarrow points out.Google, Audi, Toyota, and the Brave New World of Driverless Cars
January 16, 2013