Do you buy flowers if your driverless car kills somebody, or just a new front bumper? Questions like these are just the tip of a gargantuan legal, ethical and practical iceberg. Chatting to the experts, let's explore how driverless cars will affect the way we live, earn and play. Read more >>
Self-driving cars, as popularised by the likes of Google and Tesla, are meant to be transportation bubbles that operate free of any human interference. But full autonomy isn’t the only option, and Toyota is investing in a system that would use computers as an aid to human drivers, not a replacement.