I'm not trying to force anyone into a mold, I'm simply expecting everyone to acknowledge that their way, whatever their way happens to be, is not going to fit everyone else's circumstances.
Sounds like you will be one of the first to visit a mandatory environmental reeeducation camp
But the point here is that habitable planets are, by definition, exceedingly rare.
Habitable by human beings maybe. I very much doubt we are the only viable design for intelligent life.
I doubt tattletale functionality will be added to driverless systems
What sort of shangri-lala land do you live in? I can see driverless cars deciding to lock the doors and deliver people to a police station or gaol based on specific parameters. To think that they wont be watching, listening and analysing every fucking thing going on in and around them and reporting it all to the central repository is naive to the extreme.
Actually, it always seems like many more than usual accidents happy the first two weeks of the snowy road season, and then people adjust to it.
Could some of that also be attributed to laziness in not changing tyres or adding chains to their wheels?