Some sobering news about autonomous or self-driving cars.
After the recap of the state of the technology from Audi, Lexus and Google, the writer asks what the real hurdle to adoption of this will be.
It’s not the technology, as these manufacturers are showing that we’re already almost there.
Rather the problem will be the new rules associated with a world full of computer-driven vehicles.
How to legislate for what happens when technology goes awry is bound to push the ETA for these super-automobiles. And then of course there’s the cost.
Which is to say — be prepared to handle gridlock with your own hands and feet for well into the next decade.
Read more about the robot-driven car movement from DigitalTrends.com here.