2012 Dec 5, 1:07am
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They highlight the potential benefits of self-driving cars, such as increased road safety and less traffic, but stress that a range of barriers need to be overcome before people buy them en masse. The report "Self driving cars: a case study in making new markets" is by Professor Luis Araujo, Dr Katy Mason and Dr Martin Spring from Lancaster University Management School. Professor Araujo said: "Self-driving cars could bring huge benefits, but they are still a long way from becoming an everyday reality. We must persuade a range of constituencies that self-driving cars are the way to address the transport...
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What will be the equivalent of Alt-Ctrl-Del when the drive control system fails whilst you a traveling at high speed on the freeway?
Open the door, the bonnet and the trunk, then slam them all shut simultaneously?