Ask your car manufacturer which the driver is supposed to do:
1. Wait to see if the autopilot will react to a situation, and if it doesn't, then (belatedly) react yourself. (Which is probably too late.)
2. Keep alert and react as fast as you can, yourself, not presuming to trust the autopilot. (In which case, why enable the annoying thing? It's more of a hindrance.)
BTW, regarding this particular situation, if the car in front of you is blocking your view of a stopped vehicle, and suddenly swerves to avoid it at the last moment, then I figure autopilots and humans will be equally ineffective.
Remember the rule of paradoxes.
He's both a traitor and a hero? This isn't just a difference of opinion: it's very easy to argue that he's both. It sounds paradoxical.
Whenever you see a paradox, the rule is: look for the flaw in your assumptions. Your assumptions might include:
Yes there is: we don't need damned emojis for every object in the world.
Fusion should allow us to push out the limit of our unbridled exponential population growth for an extra
So please, we need fusion ASAP.
Oh, yeah, I guess we could start to think about some population planning too. Might be nice.
"Just think of a computer as hardware you can program." -- Nigel de la Tierre