This almost-but-not-quite-driverless car is smarter than your car

There are many, many good things about smarter cars, the most important being that they will drastically reduce serious accidents, stopping the driver from doing harm. Hell, as we well know, is other drivers. Globally, 1.2 million people die every year from car accidents, 93 percent caused by human error, according to Carnegie Mellon engineering professor Raj Rajkumar, who is working on driverless technology.