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3 Responses

  1. mls says:

    The obvious solution is robot voters.

  2. Martin del Mazo says:

    There is a work around. If the cost of self guided technologies drops far enough we could potentially have robot controled strollers and shopping carts. Perhaps we could consolidate the two carts and vagrants, who seem to have cornered the use of the highway going shopping cart, could earn extra money babysitting without fear of traffic accidents. This would also give the homeless someone to talk to throughout the day.

  3. Ron Miller says:

    There will be some accidents that would not have occurred if there was a human driver. You are right. But I think society will tolerate this if the overall number of traffic accidents and, more importantly, fatalities, goes down.

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