The driverless car is coming (but won’t hit you)

GM’s Cadillac division expects to produce partially autonomous cars at a large scale by 2015, and the automaker also predicts it will have fully autonomous cars available by the end of the decade.

Don’t text while driving; watch a movie instead. We think of the influx of the Internet while we’re driving as the distraction. But for Google, the road is the distraction, diverting your attention away from revenue-generating advertisements. Once autonomous driving becomes common, we’ll have to evolve from flipping each other off for poor driving to our taste in romantic comedies.

Via CEOutlook

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