CES in recent years has become a destination for gearheads, and this year didn't disappoint. One of the things that had everyone talking was Lexus's Advanced Active Safety Research Vehicle, or AASRV. It's essentially a self-driving car. As interesting as this technology is, it's also worrisome and wrought with legal hassles. Who's responsible if a self-driving car gets into or causes an accident? Not to mention all the legislation that would need to be written and passed just for these things to be able to operate on the road. Just thinking of it gives us a headache. But, like a bad action movie, we just sat back and watched it do its thing without thinking too much on it. Then it got better.
Of course, we kid because we love. Because even the weird stuff was wonderful. It's part of what makes CES so special.
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