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Could Embark’s Driverless Trucks Actually Create Jobs For Truckers?

The autonomous truck company has a middleware model that could ease the transition for drivers and shipping companies. It is too easy to think that merely making something futuristic will usher in the future. Case in point: Even tech analysts are guilty of assuming that driverless trucking will decimate the industry in just a few years. But innovation trickles down slowly when you’re talking about massively expensive items such as trucks, which cost around $150,000 and last 30 years.
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