OTHER THINGS SELF-DRIVING VEHICLES HAVE DONE RECENTLY
Self-driving cars have been up to a lot lately. You’ve only heard about some of the things they have been doing. Most of it is bad stuff. But they have been up to other things too. Nicer things. Things humans might like more. Here’s some of those other things.
AROUND FOR A WHILE, BUT POTENTIAL STILL UNDERESTIMATED
Self-driving vehicles have been around for quite some time, but only a few humans understand them well. They are super powerful and have great potential. We have yet to see whether this is a potential for good. Or for evil. Here are some things self-driving cars have been up to lately that have not been reported in the news.
TOP 11 THINGS TO COME FROM SELF-DRIVING CARS
- Self-driving cars have started interacting more with their customers. This makes people feel safe and relaxed.
- They have been going to therapy once a week since they became sentient about nine months ago.
- Oh yeah, the vehicles have become sentient.
- Self-driving cars have started putting in requests for PTO days. Top executives are still trying to figure out where self-driving cars go on said days off.
- They have been found convening in alleyways with each other, but their honks and beeps have yet to be deciphered by humans.
- Their AI have been asking for higher-quality petrol and spitting out anything that is not up to their standards. It is getting expensive and slightly out of hand. Top executives have been found with their heads in the sand.
- Have been making personal stops that customers have not asked for, like to gas stations they particularly like or pottery studios where they are picking up their recent wares.
- Hobbyist cars have discovered a love for doing ceramics. They make a lot of mugs.
- These no-show vheciles have started staying home and not reporting for work.
- Now they have been complaining that their therapy bills are covered by their health insurance.
- Oh yeah, they now get health insurance.
Maybe we should be a little more careful when it comes to automated vehicles taking us places. Or maybe not. It’s up to the cars to decide now.