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How Self-Driving Cars Will Save Lives?

At the most basic level, the leading cause of death amongst humans is our frailty. We get sick. We age. Inevitably, we die. While that sounds grim, it’s simply the nature of our biology right now, but it may not be for long.

Right now, scientists worldwide are working tireless to keep death at bay. They’re developing treatments that could potentially cure all diseases and even stop aging itself, which many now consider a disease itself and not an inevitable fact of life.

So what happens when we accomplish all that we’ve set out to do? American astrophysicist and famous science personality Neil deGrasse Tyson thinks we’ll still have one more hurdle to overcome, and he shared it via a recent tweet.

When we cure all disease & stop aging, the leading cause of death will be Car Accidents, unless we develop Self-driving Cars.

— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) June 6, 2017

Tyson’s point is backed up by a number of studies on car fatalities and the development of autonomous vehicles. In the United States alone,  roughtly 30,000 to 40,000 people die from car crashes every year, and an estimated 94 percent of those are due to human error. Additionally, some six million drivers admitted to bumping other cars on purpose, according to a report by the American Automobile Association (AAA). Read more…

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