The Pew Research Center on Monday released the results of a survey on automation in everyday life; for example, just how enthusiastic or worried are Americans about the idea of driverless cars?
— Pew Research Center (@pewresearch) March 19, 2018
For what it’s worth, nearly six-in-ten Americans said they would not want to ride in a driverless vehicle. That’s good thinking, according to activist Chelsea Handler, because we really have no idea how far the Russians are in their initiative to hack into driverless cars in the U.S. and kill Americans by the thousands.
How are we supposed to protect our grid for driverless cars when we can’t protect any of our networks from Russia? They could wreak havoc on our freeways killing thousands. Why do we need this? https://t.co/uVTZw3WNDC
— Chelsea Handler (@chelseahandler) March 19, 2018
It stands to reason: if we can’t prevent Russia from hacking the 2016 election, what’s to stop Putin from taking over the freeways with his army of bots?
I saw a CSI Cyber episode where they hacked cars and used them to kill people.
— Vicki Hobb ?? #NeverAgain (@ColorInFusion) March 19, 2018
Time to send a message to the folks at the National Automobile Dealers Association and tell them we don’t want their killing machines.