The most challenging aspects of developing self-driving automobiles are not technological. Ernst Dickmanns (the developer of the self-driving car (Delcker, 2018)) contends that it is addressing the social and ethical concerns linked with technical advancement that are now “front of mind” in firms developing self-driving cars rather than overcoming technological hurdles. A great deal of technological development has been achieved in self-driving automobiles in recent years. Technology has advanced to the point that automobiles can tell if an item is a newspaper blowing past, a dog, or a child. It is projected that AI technology will develop further in the future years as more data and computing power become accessible.
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