Three-Quarters of U.S. Drivers Say They’d Cede Wheel to RobotBy
AlixPartners survey’s results run counter to earlier studies
Robot rides seen as the antidote to drudgery of commuting
Almost three-quarters of U.S. drivers are eager to replace the daily commute’s drudgery with a self-driving car and 80 percent say they would pay extra to have a robot take the wheel, according to a survey that contradicts other recent studies.
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