“In some cases, the vehicle may be able to ‘defend itself,’ explaining the specific situations that warranted certain actions on its part that resulted in accidents,” he said.
The technological endgame of autonomous vehicles also must account for the pleasure many motorists get from slipping behind the wheel.
“We should not deprive people the joy of driving completely, and they should be able to have it whenever they want it,” Mr. Taub said.
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