Here at AMS we’ve been watching the progress of driverless cars in the USA with interest, but we’re surprised how swiftly their use seems to be spreading. What seemed like Sci-Fi a couple of years ago has become very real in the tech homeland of California, and now looks likely to become commonplace in the UK.
There are certainly going to be positives, most clearly added mobility for the elderly and disabled, but also for those of us who don’t have licenses at all. But we’ve got a couple of questions:
- Is a road filled with driverless cars more, or less, safe than a normal road? and
- Would you send your kids to school in a car without you?