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Self-driving cars still do not exist even if we think they do


Not ready.

The trouble with self driving cars is that in the UK we have roads that used to be cart tracks. A simple example:,-2.7731751,3a,75y,94.96h,75.31t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1su0SxldD9HLLhhzwjDxhA_Q!2e0!7i13312!8i6656.

Bit of grass in the middle of the road, single lane, blind corner, hedges and trees.

What happens when a self-driving car meets a meat bag? Is it going to crawl along? How is to going to agree who can do what? Are these roads off-bounds? So, do all future cars need at least some method of 'switching back to manual'?

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