The automobile has shaped American culture for more than a hundred years. So how will the coming, so called, driverless cars change us? Or how will we change them?
There are many questions about how this new mode of transportation would work. Some of them echo questions of an earlier age, the last time we made a transition in personal transportation.
The 1942 film, “The Magnificent Ambersons” directed by Orson Wells is set in the early 20th century when the new horseless carriage was about to replace the horse as a mode of transit.