Ben Schiller at Fast Company reports that even though all evidence points to the fact that driverless cars are, and will be on full adoption, safer than cars with human drivers, a full 75 percent of Americans think they're dangerous. Maybe we watch too many Terminator movies? Or maybe the only thing they hear about driverless cars is the occasional bad story, like the accident with Tesla's autopilot system? In any case, driverless cars should be available across the market within a decade, so let the PR campaign to make people happy with their new robot masters begin ASAP. Read Schiller's full story, complete with other nation's opinions other than Americans, at Fast Company.

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