People Who Did Fancy The Idea Of A Driverless Car Ride Named The Experience As Their Primary Motivation.


Americans are freaking out about the possibility of driverless cars hitting the road. According to a recent Pew Research Center report , roughly two-thirds of Americans think robocars will dominate roads within the next half-century, yet fewer than half say they would choose to ride in one themselves. Of the people who wouldn’t take a driverless trip, the biggest fears centered around a general lack of trust in the technology—a reluctancy to cede control to a robot—and more specific safety concerns. People who did fancy the idea of a driverless car ride named the experience as their primary

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For Now, As Convenient As Parking Via App Is, (in Dc, 65% Of All Parking Meter Fees Are Via The Parkmobile App) Robots Don't Always Get It Right.


Westfield says the automatic parking area barriers technology will be coming to other of its malls in 2018.  "License plates are where the industry is headed," says Bob Youakim, the CEO of Passport. The old way involved a parking staffer driving up and down the street, looking at meters to see if you've paid in full or not. The coming way: just let the camera do the work. "Cities can scan 100 license plates a minute, vs. manually looking to see if your space is paid for or not," says Youakim.  Many analysts don't believe we'll still have smartphones 10 years or more from now. We'll be so far into the future,

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