Will driverless cars change retirement? Only if wary seniors embrace them

[The following excerpt is from the Globe and Mail. Visit their site to find out more!]

For a decade and a half, Alex Mihailidis has been studying the junction of technology and aging. After years of examining the benefits of smart-home systems and artificial intelligence, the biomedical engineer has begun researching a new phenomenon: self-driving cars.

Senior citizens, especially those with mobility challenges, are among the key demographics being floated to benefit from autonomous vehicles.

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