Google's Larry Page disguised himself during a driverless car race to hire the founder of his moonshot lab
In 2007, Thrun then built the next version of his driverless cars which had cameras on them, allowing it to record 360 degrees of video. This sparked off the start of a well-known feature on Google Maps known as Street View. "And we went to Google and said we'd love to help you build Street View. And we kind of ended up … felt like an acquisition of...