Autonomous vehicles could cut traffic accidents by as much as 90% and save up to $190 billion in medical and law enforcement costs a year in the U.S. by 2050. That’s the view of Detroit business-management consultancy McKinsey in a report that says autonomous driving also could increase the carrying capacity of roads because vehicles would be able to travel closer together and at higher speeds. Ultimately, driverless vehicles – defined as 100% autonomous without an actual ...

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