Big players are already in the game. There are huge savings to be found, huge profits to be created. Higher quality and safety is assured. Driverless vehicles are coming, and they are coming fast.
Self-Driving Trucks Are Going to Hit Us Like a Human-Driven Truck
Scott Santens

According to some research, “driverless cars could, by midcentury, reduce traffic fatalities by up to 90 percent.” But, does that mean humans can accept deaths caused by machines? Morally, we may have a harder time accepting deaths by machine accidents, as opposed to death by human error, even if the number of deaths is reduced by 90%.

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