BARCELONA: Intel CTO Justin Rattner predicts that driverless cars will be available within 10 years and that buyers by then will increasingly be more interested in a vehicle's internal technology than the quality of its engine.
Intel, the world's largest chip maker, is looking to equip autonomous smart cars with low-wattage Intel Atom chips, as well as higher-powered Core processors.
"I think in the past the automakers expressed a lot of doubt about the long-term viability of [autonomous auto] technology," Rattner said in an interview with Computerworld prior to the start of Intel's European Research and Innovation Conference here this week.
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