Error-Prone video game shows how driverless cars are superior to you

Motorists may bristle when they hear that self-driving “smart” cars can easily out-drive humans, but a simple video game called Error-Prone appears to pile on the proof.
The game, which is deceptively simple, involves 26 cars, one for each letter of the alphabet, driving in a neat circle. They all move at the same speed and maintain uniform but close following distances. The game invites players to press a letter key to take control of the corresponding car. It’s downhill from there.