Self-driving cars are going to change everything
Sean Lynch

I would love to see this topic contrasted with the state of e-cigarettes and vaporisers and their disruption of the traditional tabaco industry.

I feel like there are a ton of parallels: the raw societal benefits, and the pricing contrasts, the involvement of big conglomerates of old money resistant to change, the underlying desire to “keep things the same” by some.

Arguably the smoking scenario is on a much smaller scale in terms of global impact, with much less at stake for end users and society to adapt to, and yet all the strong value props in the world have not affected enough change, not generated enough demand, to render the “last gen product” obsolete or even in critical danger of obsolescence.

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