I can’t wait for cities to start banning human drivers

Perhaps the most highly touted benefit of driverless car technology is its potential to prevent millions of deaths by eliminating the cause of 94 percent of all accidents: human error. But that’s not the only way robot-driven vehicles are going to save lives. Computers don’t get road rage. AI doesn’t get pissed off when someone tailgates it. The robots won’t take out their commuter stress on employees, friends, spouses, or children. The promise of driverless cars isn’t just less accidents and more time to text, but a sense of security and peace of mind that few people experience regularly without…

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