Science=Complete: Google’s Self-Driving Car Takes Blind Man to Taco Bell

Posted by on March 29th, 2012

Necessity is the mother of invention.

For blind California resident Steve Mahan, he absolutely needed to get a taco. But how to get there? He could walk, call a cab or get picked up from a friend.

He relied on a trusty friend from Mountain View named Google.

And so Steve headed to the Bell, driven by one of Google’s new self-driving cars. Science and technology had finally advanced it’s most challenging rubric, getting a blind man to a chalupa as fast and easy as possible.

According to the Google’s own Google+ page, since Mahan doesn’t have a driver’s license he had to get special permission from local law enforcement to sit in the front seat. A police official even sat in on the ride. But we’re pretty sure it was just so he could get one of the new Dorito shell hard tacos.

[Google’s Google+]

3 Responses to “Science=Complete: Google’s Self-Driving Car Takes Blind Man to Taco Bell”

  1. John Says:

    Nothing but awsome

  2. Optimus_past_my_Prime Says:

    Absolutely brilliant. Kudos to Google for the good things they do.

  3. Ken Peleshok Says:

    So… this is the singularity?