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Bert22306   11/20/2013 9:02:58 PM
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Junko, you're SUCH a rabble rouser, asking about the Oklahoma case I mean.

Aside from that, I agree with what Kuroyanagi-san has to say about autonomous vehicles. The way I read his comment, he wasn't skeptical about the concept itself, but rather that it could become reality without this "holy trinity" of man, car, and traffic environment (aka infrastructure). Couldn't agree more. Also the bit about sharing the road with human drivers. All very good points, and we have hashed them out on here as well, in the past.

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