Are driverless cars really close to reality?

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Are driverless cars really close to reality?

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CAVs (Connected and Autonomous Vehicles) are a mixed blessing and at this point several things would need to happen to make them default method of transportation. CAVs are projected by some to arrive sometime in 2020 (that’s never away!!).

CAVs anticipated to reduce the severity of 90% of all traffic accidents. And dramatically decrease the overall collision rate. While individual studies over time place the number slightly higher or lower, the fact that human error is the overwhelming cause of most auto accidents. According to the Center for Disease Control, auto accidents account for 33,000 deaths annually in the

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