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The researchers surveyed people in the U. S. , Australia, China, India, Japan and the U. K. And about 62 percent of respondents said self-driving cars would not make them more productive.
For one thing, 23 percent of the group said they won't ride in a self-driving car in the first place.
And then there are the people who get motion sickness-they obviously can't work.
Plus, another 36 percent said they'd be too concerned to do anything but watch the road.
The researchers also noted that most trips average 19 minutesnot really long enough to get anything truly substantial done.
Or to catch some quality zzzzz's.Of course, the level of apprehension people experience in self-driving cars, or about getting into them,
may change in the long run.
But this study is another reminder that there's still a lot to be figured out before automatic autos rule the roadways.