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"Your automated car isn't sitting around getting distracted, making a phone call, looking at something it shouldn't be looking at or simply not keeping track of things," says Danny Sullivan, editor in chief of MarketingLand.com
The biggest single challenge mankind faces is to find a cost-effective replacement to oil, imho
Insurance wise who is responsible if the car kills someone?
The biggest flaw with the Google car will be that it takes people to where Google thinks they want to go rather than where they really want to go.
The biggest challenge is finding a replacement investment for the speculators.
I still stand by by view about the need for alternative fuels. What's the point of a driver-less car if we can't afford the fuel to power it.
FWIW, going all electric in California would be trivial and practically free if you could get the cactus huggers out of the picture. They claim the proposed big solar plant that would power most, if not all of the state, would damage the desert.