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Can we trust self-driving cars?

After an Arizona pedestrian was struck and killed by one of Uber's self-driving cars, the company decided to halt all autonomous vehicle tests. Deloitte reports that three in four Americans don't trust self-driving cars—they'd prefer a human being in control over some software. However, self-driving car enthusiasts are quick to point out most accidents are from human error, and self-driving cars will save lives in the big picture. Would you trust a self-driving car? 🚦 🚗

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Many people are completely unsurprised that self-driving cars have resulted in a fatality.

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Statistics show human error is a lot more dangerous than any self-driving car.

Some ninety percent of motor vehicle crashes are caused at least in part by human error. 
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And while the idea of a self-driving car is a little freaky, the numbers don't lie: humans are the most dangerous element on the roads.

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