I have a pair of headphones that I thought were pretty decent. Then I forgot an audio cable one day and went into bluetooth mode. Most of the nuance of the music disappeared. Gone were all the fine texture of the instruments. I honestly couldn't listen to it and switched to an audiobook. Maybe the new bluetooth is better but not currently economical compared to wires.
I'd like to know who injected the "could" in could create 50,000 jobs. Because they "could" also be automated by then and that may be what Foxconn has in mind. More expensive to have labor close to the market, but much cheaper to have automated manufacturing closer to the market.
As I've said before, people work for Uber out of desperation. It's better to be destitute and work for Uber then be destitute and out of work, these are the jobs America is churning out. The problem is why those people are destitute in the first place and businesses like Uber are the circling vultures.
So in other words while they flitter away at self driving, what we really need are collaborative solutions that make it irrelevant where the people are. I thought that problem had been solved twenty times over already.
This compounds the problem. Now you're hoping your automaker thinks you're important enough and your family is important enough to look out for you and your price point. When will we have to pay more money if we want to drive at highway speed?