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The day we have always been waiting for has finally arrived… flying cars? Not quite. Throughout our lives we have witness many technological advancement and innovations that change the way we live, learn, communicate, and travel. The advancements of safety features in cars hoped to prevent the number of deaths in America’s road yet according to a research done by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), still “94 percent of serious crashes are due to dangerous choices or errors people make behind the wheel.” NHTSA claimed that fully automated vehicles has the potential to significantly reduce driving accidents due to human errors. Autonomous cars have been introduced only within the last decade, but their development has continuously advanced. Companies such as Tesla, Google, Ford, BMW, Audi, Mercedes-Benz and others are currently in the race to invest and test these new developments.
The image on the left illustrate the potential growth of self-driving vehicles through three eras. With the first era started around the year 2015, it will then evolve into the second era around 2020-2035, and finally by 2050, the third era, fully autonomous vehicles will become the normal mode of transportation

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