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3 reasons to fear self-driving cars (even if they're perfectly safe)

by www.latimes.com

When technologists meet up to talk about driverless cars, they get all dewey-eyed about the wonders ahead: A dramatic reduction in traffic deaths. No need for parking lots. Time saved, more convenience, less stress.

Maybe. But Paul Saffo, the California futurist, told attendees at a car technology conference...


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