Driverless Cars Eliminate Human Error

driverless cars A woman walking her bicycle was hit and killed by a driverless Uber.  So Uber and Toyota stopped testing driverless cars. But GM still says it will have a fleet sans drivers on the road in 2019.

Human Error

Meanwhile The Atlantic estimates driverless cars could save 300,000 lives per decade. Most vehicle accidents involve human error so why not eliminate the the human? Well, that’s one thing autopilot has done so far – eliminate humans. I’ll take my chances with drivers. The post Driverless Cars Eliminate Human Error appeared first on Bokbluster.com.