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A list for those who are more interested in passion than practicality.
Automakers are collecting reams of information about customers’ movements and habits.
Privacy experts believe tens of millions of Americans are already being monitored by automakers.
According to experts and automakers at the Detroit Auto Show.
This means a human driver won't be able to take over the vehicle.
The Aeolus Robot, which is similar to Rosey the Robot, can distinguish the subtle differences between a bagel and a doughnut, mop the floor and put away toys.
And no, it doesn't include waiting in back of a 500,000-person-long line like everyone else.
Sometimes the threat of war is actually bad for business.
The humans fought back, launching multiple attacks on the defenseless robot.
Some experts believe they could be among the first casualties of an impending electric car revolution.