Friday, March 06, 2015

Self-Driving Cars Could Cut 90% of Accidents - WSJ

Perhaps related to Google's recent interest in selling auto insurance?...

"Widespread embrace of self-driving vehicles could eliminate 90% of all auto accidents in the U.S., prevent up to $190 billion in damages and health-costs annually and save thousands of lives, according to a new report by consulting firm McKinsey & Co.

The study, compiled after interviews with dozens of industry officials, predicts mass adoption of auto-piloted vehicles beginning in about 15 years and initial implementations early next decade."
Self-Driving Cars Could Cut 90% of Accidents - WSJ
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