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the Future of Transport
The Fake Town That Could Be the Real Proving Ground for Autonomous Cars
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  • M Hayne Hamilton

    This is way behind the technology of today.. Last week some amateurs took over a Jerp vehicle, and Fiat Chrysler is recalling every car that they have made in the last few years. Just ask the several million people and national security experts in the government’s personnel department about the theft of the highest security private data now in the hands of who knows who. Our experts don’t know. Ask Target, Blue Cross and the techno experts of hundreds of other major governmental agencies and businesses how soon they want to turn their children loose In a driverless car. There is no such thing as a driverless car; someone, somewhere can very, very easily at a time of their choosing become the driver of the car, and there won’t be a thing that you can do about it….not one thing.

    • Kevin

      It will still be vastly less carnage than we see on the roads today.

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