Do The Benefits Of Driverless Cars Outweigh The Risks?

Posted on February 5, 2016

Using a chart created by James Anderson, a behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation, a piece from the Washington Post argues that energy-efficient driverless cars will disproportionately benefit society over the traditional vehicles we drive today.

Some of these benefits include improved saftey and less congestion, energy consumption, emissions, and land use. 

Washington Post article here

Related Topics: autonomous vehicles, driverless cars, emissions reduction, energy savings, Safety, self-driving vehicles, vehicle technology

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