Tomorrow's car is already here
The small white cars topped with what look like stubby metal antennas swarm in and out of an unmarked San Francisco building like bees around a hive.
They're a daily sight in their South of Market neighborhood, to the point that smartphone-obsessed pedestrians rarely even notice them. Passersby also may not realize that much of the time, the cars are driving themselves.
These cars, equal parts Detroit and Silicon Valley, are the creation of a San Francisco startup, Cruise Automation,...