Author | Jaime RamosAutonomous driving is one of today’s dreams that could be compared with the challenges experienced during the 20th century with the development of aviation. Mobility will change to such an extent, that it will require the actual concept of transport to be reconsidered.Although we are closer than ever to getting cars to drive themselves, there are a series of stages that still need to be overcome. It is not just a case of safety, but also a moral dilemma (should a vehicle hit a pedestrian or save the life of its occupants in the event of an inevitable crash?) comparable to the theoretical approaches to artificial intelligence.In this regard, Smart Cities play a vital role as the fundamental basis that will benefit autonomous driving to the greatest extent. Firstly, because all the sustainable mobility services aim to integrate electrification and autonomous driving. These are the most important criteria that will define the decline of transport in cites, applied particularly to car sharing.Furthermore, autonomous driving will collaborate with Smart Cities in democratising transport, by providing vehicle access to minority groups which, until now, could not even think about driving (people with disabilities, the elderly, etc.).
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