Dude, Where’s All Our Cars?

(Almost-Dr.) Graham puts on a professional hat and speculates …

Kids of 2017 will never get to drive a car, at least according to a leading roboticist. What could this mean, to them and the rest of us?


Deeper implications to that – than immediately apparent. Developmentally,  driving a car might have been the first experience a youth had of performing simultaneous tasks requiring a lot of practice to transfer to muscle/automatic memory. Does the now-common experience of simultaneously doing homework (hah!), watching streaming video,  and chatting online make up for that?

Wait,  though,  there’s more…

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