Always default to Corporate Sponsored Research
The amount of effort put into researching a topic is basically; read corporate press release, paraphrase corporate sponsored research (AirBB drivel) No deep thoughts or critical questions…no opposing representation and on the rare occasion they do have an opposing voice (self driving cars) they are unable to actually listen and digest new information. The accidents caused by self driving cars is low because the accidents are tertiary (blocking bike lane or cross walk forcing pedestrians into traffic, or the car cuts off its automation before impact (looking at you Tesla). So the safety data is inaccurate. Someone should make a podcast debunking them. I kinda expected better from NY Times but also not surprised.
mjname via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/25/23
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