In his new book, aptly titled “Road to Nowhere: What Silicon Valley Gets Wrong about the Future of Transportation,” the author Paris Marx explains why the elites in the Santa Clara Valley shouldn’t be let anywhere near our vehicles.
This should come as no surprise. Although a number of Silicon Valley’s most successful companies have made our lives more convenient, this convenience has come at a significant cost. We have traded sensitive data for expediency. Of course, this hasn’t stopped a whole host of Big Tech companies from teaming with car manufacturers.
Their aim? To turn our cars into data-driven prisons, with drivers being monitored closely and mined for sensitive information. You have been warned—the cars of tomorrow will look nothing like the cars of today. The speakers will have ears, and the dashboard will have eyes….
Source: The Epoch Times