Or is it just a good way to market their product? A lot of big promises have been made about self-driving cars. If you listen to their boosters, the technology is poised to eliminate traffic, end car ownership, get rid of parking garages, address the carbon footprint of transportation, give us more time to work or use our phones — and those are just the ones at the top of my mind. But biggest of all has to be the promise to save approximately 40,000 lives lost every year in vehicle ...
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