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Re: EE Times Week in Review Online Chat: Is Car Hacking a Concern? (Friday 8/9/2013)
Tom Murphy   8/9/2013 1:47:28 PM
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I hate to admit this about myself, but I think there are a goodly number of consumers like me:  I didn't trust power windows until the 80s because in the 70s, it seemed like they weren't working properly in half the cars that had them.  So I've got a bit of inner resistance to the idea of self-driving cars.   Besides, gizmos cost money.  Low-tech cars are cheaper.  

That may not be a popular thought at EET, but engineering about people as much as electronics, isn't it?



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