Driverless cars head towards road bumps

In this article for the Australian Roger questions how realistic it is to accept that the world will soon be overrun by robotaxis, autonomous road trains and autonomous wheelie bins. Putting aside the impacts on society and the urban landscape, as well as questions of ethics and trust, and the regulatory nightmare that may or may not unlock enormous productivity, life and cost savings for the world, I wonder just how close we really are. Read here.


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