Carbots won’t think like humans, and that’s a good thing

Tons of metal do not collide quietly. I started my career crashing cars. My first job was in bio-mechanical impact testing at a research laboratory at the University of Michigan. Our goal was to develop occupant protection: better airbags, child car seats, side impact systems, even wheelchair restraints. Yet what I remember best is the loud BANG! at the end of the track. That noise always resulted in twisted metal and obvious simulated carnage.

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