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Re: FutureWorld: No DRIVING? (no Audi content)

Guess this means no more veering around rusted car parts and errant
wildlife on the road any more. How nice for the car to keep me in direct
path of say, a moose.

>	 Many collision-avoidance devices have been tested and are
>close to being on the market, Speier said. ``That means if a
>drunk driver veers out of a lane, the steering wheel will
>automatically nudge the driver back into place.''

Can't wait till a car gets a flat in the high speed convoy.

See enough drivers not paying attention on the road already. Hate to see
the level of 'driving' after the electronic intervention techonology.

Ernest Wong
at esw5@cornell.edu