Simon Warburton:

Google’s head of automotive says society is still at “dawn” in terms of the pace of technological change.
 The company with global reach is building 100 self-driving cars that could eventually have no steering wheel or accelerator and brake pedal, noting it would work with “partners” to bring the technology to market.
 Addressing hundreds of suppliers and OEMs at this week’s Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders (SMMT) Open Forum in the UK, Google Automotive chief, Hugh Dickerson, broadened the autonomous driving debate to include the pace at which technology was evolving.