Driverless cars are already on the road — from Teslas that can park themselves to fleets of self-driving Ubers being tested across the country. In roughly 30 years, driverless cars could be the new standard — but what does that look like? From mobile hotels to empty ERs, USC News dives into the fascinating possibilities with Jeff Cole, the director of the Center for the Digital Future at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Buckle up.
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