I hope so, or at least that there would be a level of license to use a semi-autonomous car, there are people that this would help if so. For example, my wife cannot legally drive a car today because of a seizure disorder*. If there was a license that required a lower standard but could only be used in an auto-car, I would buy one, cost be damned.
In my town public transport is a joke, and doesn't even come within a mile of my house or her job, and that's at a school. Other days she could have to work at a sporting venue across town, or work later than a bus travels. The only reliable way to get to and from your job for her occupation is to drive yourself. Some days of the year it is too cold to bike, and honestly in her condition, there are times that biking across an intersection could be deadly... hell a fully functional person could be in trouble crossing the intersection of two "4 lane + turning lanes" roads.
I wait for this day in great anticipation. If it's only 5 years away, I will rejoice.
*This is commonly called epilepsy, but this is not shake on the floor epilepsy, just a short term (15 second) period of time where she isn't under complete control, once every couple of weeks. Unfortunately, it happened once at the wrong time before her license was revoked, and she almost died, thank the engineers at Nissan that she didn't. Thank her partial control for not ending someone else.