A Major Roadblock for Autonomous Cars: Motorists Believe They Drive Better

People want less automation for themselves than they want for others.
With all the advances in autonomous vehicle technology, why aren’t self-driving cars chauffeuring more people around? Research by Julian De Freitas, Stuti Agarwal, and colleagues reveals a simple psychological barrier: Drivers are overconfident about their own abilities, so they resist handing over the wheel.
by Rachel Layne

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