Quartz: "Most people—experts included—seem to think that the transition to driverless vehicles will come slowly over the coming few decades, and that large hurdles exist for widespread adoption. I believe that this is significant underestimation."
i'll trust a human driver over ai control
you are one of those dudes who just scared of everything. I welcome everything and bring rules and regulation (Y)
you're okay with people losing jobs?
There will still be jobs. People have to learn that a lot of the jobs we have now are going away and we must move toward the jobs of the future. One of the most important issues in the political world should be getting the general population ready for the move to a service and technology based society. So far the only real movement has been companies using advancement as an opportunity to drive down wages and colleges telling people they need a degree to be a concierge. As long as we remain a world where companies choose the bottom line over people and people choose sound bites over political awareness the people will lose. And deservedly so.
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