Top 2 Tech Innovations Driving Indian Economy
The AI-enabled driverless cars are doing its rounds in the news for a long time now. But, two years ago, the government was hesitant to permit these driverless cars in India. These cars would cost several jobs. Currently, the government officials claim that the country employees about 40 lakh drivers and still has about 25 lakh vacant driver positions. Nothing would stop the automation; the driverless cars bring in various benefits such as it reduces 94 percent of accident caused due to human errors states US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and thus the amount spent on these careless accidents are saved. The cars would feature an app to assist the passenger as and when needed. In addition, it cuts down traffic delays, which would improve workplace productivity, eventually contributing to the country's economy.