Monday, May 13, 2019

As Cars Get Better, Driving Gets Worse

Auto design has evolved from safety belts and airbags that help us survive crashes to features like lane-departure warnings and automatic emergency braking that help us avoid them. Still, the rate of distracted driving deaths rose twice as fast as overall crash deaths in the first half of this decade, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You could argue that human intelligence isn't keeping pace with artificial intelligence.
Developing driver IQ, of course, begins at a very young age. And so does smartphone ownership.
Read the full story at the Dallas Morning News.

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