Traffic Deaths: Technology is at Fault

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UdyRegan   8/6/2018 5:59:39 AM

I certainly think that there is a very big part that humans have to play in accidents to you know. I mean where do you think all the negative energy from road rage and angriness on the road goes to! I'm pretty sure that all of the collective negative energy goes into creating pile ups on the highway. People need to be in better check of their emotions and perhaps that's where automation could have the upper hand on manual driving.

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piltar   1/5/2017 10:39:40 AM

You make a very good point. Technology has its strengths and weaknesses. We have to be careful !

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