An article from Minnesota Public Radio News examines the results of the annual AgeLab automation survey.
"A lot of problems are going to be solved when self-driving cars become a thing. But first a big problem has to be solved: Consumers don’t want them.
It’s likely true that as people get accustomed to the idea, they’d be more open to it, but the second year of an MIT [AgeLab] study on the question has found support for the self-driving cars isn’t growing, it’s declining."
Read the full piece here.