Driverless cars will lead to more sex behind the wheel, Expert Warns
Driverless cars will lead to more sex behind the wheel, Expert Warns

Driverless cars will lead to more sex behind the wheel, Expert Warns

From safety issues to technical problems, there are many issues that need to be addressed before self-driving cars can hit the roads.

But one, possibly unexpected, consequence of the autonomous cars is that they could give sex lives a boost.

Barrie Kirk of the Canadian Automated Vehicles Centre of Excellence believes people will have ‘a lot more sex in cars’, once a computer takes over and this could be dangerous as the ‘drivers’ won’t be paying attention to the road.

“I am predicting that, once computers are doing the driving, there will be a lot more sex in cars,” Kirk boldly declared to The Canadian Press. “That’s one of several things people will do which will inhibit their ability to respond quickly when the computer says to the human, ‘Take over.’”

Kirk is kind of no fun, but that’s no fault of his, I suppose. It’s a common misconception that so-called driverless cars will be driverless 100 percent of the time — actual humans will need to be on deck for a number of scenarios, which is a big problem if they are all busy doing sex on each other. The same caveat applies to the two other most rewarding activities in life, drinking and napping, so all in all Canada only has our best interests in mind when it gently reminds us that driverless cars will not be little roving sexy-time-and-napping parties.

Kirk, master of the dire declarative statement, just wants us to remember this.

“Ensuring that a driver who may not have been paying attention to his or her surroundings can suddenly control a vehicle may be easier said than done,” said Kirk.

“People will not be able to respond in time.”


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    1. Isn’t the takeaway of this to ensure the cars are 100% driverless?

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