The FBI is showing some concerns about Google's new driverless car.
In May, Google presented Google Chauffeur — the self-driving car prototype that does not have a steering wheel or pedals, but instead uses strategically placed sensors to move around.
But the FBI is less than enthusiastic about the idea.
In an unclassified report obtained by The Guardian, the FBI shared its concern that the car could easily become a huge tool for criminals, especially if used during a car chase.
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