When a driverless car was recently taken to Washington DC to demonstrate to Congress how the technology will improve road safety, District of Columbia Delegate Norton apparently revealed a flaw in it. When she hit the kill switch, it rendered the car temporarily unusable. It seems that once that particular car’s systems are shut down, they take a while to re-boot.
I’m not deterred. I predict that driverless cars will be widely used in my lifetime. And the roads will be safer than they are today.
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