Artificial intelligence has been much in the media of late, especially replacing drivers with driverless vehicles.
Governments are going to have to come to grips with questions regarding insurance.
Who will be responsible when an automated vehicle has an accident? Will insurance companies try and escape their liability because no human was at the wheel?
Consumers will have to know their rights and liability before they take on a driverless vehicle.
There are a lot of questions needing answers before people rush to the sale yards and buy a driverless contraption.
I hope folks consider carefully before buying these futuristic vehicles, as an accident could be caused from something as simple as a loose battery terminal.
Yes, indeed, regulators will have to come up with concrete answers to a host of questions before swarms of these vehicles hit the roads.
Jay Nauss Glen Aplin, Qld