I cant disagree with you. I dont really think human involvement would have great impact as such. Once a car lighting, breaking and stoping are being controlled by an external controller(s), the jobs now rest on the car.
Nevertheless, we are going to put more loads on the car's ECUs. What's powering the systems?
We are all moving towards smart citiies/villages, no doubt about it. The more we seek to integrate physical devices to the internet, complexity grows. This makes the cyber physical devices more challenging - real time applications and others.
Lazy? Well may be people in other professions would need to learn newer things so as to keep up with the future opportunities.
"As our cars are becoming sophisticated day by day so also drivers need to become more careful and knowledgeable about dependency on electronics influencing their decision- making. we are in the era of " machine- supported human race" and no going back."
Adeniji, you are right. Such things can creat more dependency and can create such issues.
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