I, Robot — II

The way to prevent hacking is the same as it is for computers: software updates are the key. Vendors who can provide those updates in a timely, efficient manner from the get go will gain advantage over others. Smart cars are not all bad. Not driving means that we have all the more time to be ‘connected’. This connectivity could increase productivity as commuting will no longer be lost time. It could allow for more happy Facebooking and chatting with friends and family or strangers, whatever your pleasure. Multitasking is a prerequisite of the “survival of the fittest race” for the millennials. ‘Auto utopia’ should elevate this to a whole new level. But, apparently, there are all kinds of parameters that will determine whether the environment inside the car is…


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