Two recent collisions in California involving autonomous driving technology highlight the dilemma.
Demonstrations for their flying taxi are expected to begin in 2020.
Customers will be able choose whether they want a driver or an automated vehicle.
The bay area's terrain is a perfect test course for self-driving cars.
If all goes well, the fully autonomous car will be on the roads by 2019.
The technology is still in early testing, but Nissan intends to show it off next week.
The future is now. You won't want to miss it.
Another company has entered the race.
By 2035, the driverless car industry in the UK is expected to be worth £28 billion — roughly $37 billion.
Police have cited the truck driver for illegal backing.
Over 350,000 people subscribe to our newsletter.
Sign in to join the conversation.