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    If you happen to be driving around California roads this summer, don't be surprised if a car with no driver pulls up next to you at an intersection. Google expects to be road-testing its prototype of a driverless car soon. If all goes well with this and other tests, BI Intelligence believes there could be 10 million cars with self-driving features on our roads by 2020.

    Fully autonomous cars – those that don't need any interaction at all from a driver, like Google's – still seem futuristic to most of us, but there are plenty of semi-autonomous cars sharing our roads today. This latter category includes all sorts of features to increase safety and convenience, everything from lane-keeping assist systems designed to keep a car in an open lane, to adaptive cruise control that matches the car's speed to that of the vehicle ahead,

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