US startup says it’s in ‘very, very, very early stages’ of developing autonomous vehicle technology

Engadgets – 1 comment – 8 October 2018 “I’m going to tell you the story of the vehicle.

We are not going to call it a car, we are going to describe it as a robot, and that is the first step we are taking.

We want to be able to get people on the roads of the future, in our own homes, without any human intervention, and we are starting with self-driving vehicles.”

“We have been working for years on this and have been in a lot of early stages.

We have a lot to learn, and it’s going to take a lot more time than we are expecting to have this technology on the market.

So, I would not say that we are in ‘early stages’.

It’s early, but we have a pretty good idea of what we need to do.

But the next step is, how do we get it to market and get it into people’s hands?”

“We’ve already demonstrated the concept of self-drive for a car to the press.

That was really impressive.

And then we have done the same with a bike, and I think that is really exciting.

So this is a big leap, but this is the beginning of a lot that will be very, really important to us going forward.”

“But there is a long way to go.”

“You can’t predict what will happen,” said David C. Fink, co-founder and CEO of Google.

“We are going from idea to product, and then, after that, to commercialization.

So you never know what’s going on.

It’s not like a startup that is constantly trying to change everything.

We’re not changing anything.

We’ve been working very hard to make sure that we’re getting it right.

And we are really excited about the next three years.”

“A robot can’t have bad thoughts, and a human cannot have bad intentions.

It is up to the robot to choose between these two.”