Uber introduced self-driving cars in Pittsburgh a few months ago, and now they’re in San Francisco as well.
Don’t worry, you’ll still have a human in the driver’s seat.
They just won’t be driving. They’ll be enjoying the sights with you.
Here is the Q&A Uber sent out today:
Even though these cars will eventually eliminate the need for Uber drivers, Uber expertly marketed today’s announcement to Uber drivers like this:
I would gladly get paid to ride a robot around San Francisco with random people, so I applied to be a…driver? Car-sitter?
I’ll keep you posted if I get selected to proceed.
Now here is a feel-good video from Uber on the entry of robots to our workforce:
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