Stop letting danger pay attention to you
Steve Bryant

A classic moral dilemma. On the rare occasion when for example I’m between auto insurance policies, I drive in a state of hyper-alertness. I’d like to see some warnings, like a deer about to jump out in front of me, or road surface becoming iced. Otherwise, where’s the middle ground? To rely on a collision warning being issued prior to any collision occurring, at the level of accuracy and consistency required to be effective, how could that become anything other than a critical system, which means that it becomes part of the infrastructure, and surely evolve into an expected function of the system? Translation: autopilot.

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