Why We Don’t Trust Driverless Cars — Even When We Should – Harvard Business Review


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Why We Don’t Trust Driverless Cars — Even When We Should
Harvard Business Review
More than 30,000 people are killed each year in car crashes in the United States. In 90% of crashes, human error is to blame. And so most experts agree that self-driving car technology will reduce the number of crashes and fatalities. Self-driving cars …

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