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What driverless car entrepreneurs can learn from the aviation industry | Australian Broadcasting Company

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16 July 2013



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The former vice-president of research and development for General Motors is a champion of the ‘driverless car’. He sees a time when traffic in our cities will swarm like insects, with cars communicating with each other to eliminate human error. But others point to the experience of automation in the aviation sector, which has caused pilots to forget basic flight skills, increasing accidents when systems crash.

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