Content thumbnail Who’s in the Driving Seat?

Despite all the technical advances since the invention of the car, there are still one million deaths on the roads each year. And completely eliminating traffic accidents presents an enormous 21st century challenge. The car of the future could learn a lesson or two from autopiloted planes and Global statistics show that cars trains that all but drive themselves. Even if dozens of fatalities result from a single plane are by far the most dangerous crash or a serious train accident, global statistics show that cars are by far the most mode of transport because dangerous mode of transport because they are controlled by people. Simulating or they are controlled by people. copying the human brain by means of artificial intelligence is not enough. To make a machine trustworthy, it has to be better than man — without emotion, consciousness or creativity, but instead equipped with 100% reliability that cannot be undermined by any distraction. Who’s in the driving seat? | 7

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