Can self-learning cars make driving safer?

Many of us try to juggle multiple tasks while driving—sending text messages, making an urgent phone call, sending or reading emails, etc. As traffic woes become more common, getting a few chores out of the way while on the go might not appear a bad idea, even though we’re well aware of how dangerous this can be. Even the smallest of distractions could be a matter of life and death on the road. Some of the most common driving distractions are visual or auditory, fatigue, inattention, texting, eating, cognitive overload and drunkenness. These significantly increase stress levels while driving. In fact, 63% of Indian drivers report that congested traffic causes maximum stress, which includes worries on getting delayed for an important meeting or some other crucial appointment. More examples of…


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