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Most Americans say they’re ready for an autonomous future

70 percent of Americans are ready for an autonomous future, according to a survey conducted by the Consumer Technology Association. It is one of the first large surveys to show positive reception for self-driving cars. Previous results have shown mixed or negative views on full automation, and a worry that self-driving cars will not be... Read more » The post Most Americans say they’re ready for an autonomous future appeared first on ReadWrite.
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