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Here's the Real Science Behind That Fake Driverless Car

It’s called a Ghost Driver experiment, and it’s not a gag.
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Washington reporters are used to getting stonewalled, so NBC4 Washington transportation reporter Adam Tuss was persistent yesterday when he tried to ask a person hidden inside what looked like a car seat what he was doing driving a “driverless” van around Arlington, Virginia.