claaarky - 6:09 pm on Dec 12, 2012 (gmt 0)
I was just describing the journey home actually, not my entire life!
Obviously, I'd want the option to be able to drive that car if I felt like it, cut up a few driver-less cars to test their programming.
Actually, no, I'd want the car to fly. I'm really disappointed that more work hasn't gone into producing flying forms of personal transportation. Roads are so last year and incredibly bad for the environment. Maybe Google could have a crack at that - hydrogen powered flying cars.
I don't think technological advancements kill peoples' brains. Ask any pensioner if they found using a computer or a website made their brains lazy. My mother-in-law doesn't even have a computer and still struggles with a DVD player.
Sure, there are some inventions that make people lazy but come on, driver-less flying cars would be cool wouldn't they. I could be writing this post, do a bit of Christmas shopping online, read the latest article on how to solve Panda, all while my car flies me home. That should keep the old grey matter working.