Just from what I have been reading, I think adoption of self driving cars will be slower than expected due to safety and dangerous drivers - you can tell who's an idiot before they do something stupid just by cues but can a AI? not so much, and heavy traffic guessing based on body posture is pretty complex for an AI to figure out right now. Cars on a freeway, sure.
But once it gets going self driving will be outlawed in the cities, I can see it'll just assume control from you and pack you into the crowd. The good thing is that insurance co's can pretty much force the crappy drivers to use it or lose it. DUIs, well it will just smell the air for the even slightest hint of alcohol and remove you from the control loop. Anyone with a careless&Imprudent or a few speeding tickets will pretty much never get to use the wheel or pedal while the car drives itself. I can pretty easily imagine a control setup where if you exceed the speed limit for a set amount of time ,but still within 10, it would assume control, and exceeding 10, well your never getting control back (insurance co reset required? automatic speeding ticket issued & printed? ).
Things are not going to be the same with driving!
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