- Google's driverless cars are very good drivers, says Mark Goldfeder
- They could change what it means to be a "reasonable driver" under the law, he says
- Goldfeder: Your grandkids won't drive because computer-driven cars will be too safe to allow humans to take over
Mark Goldfeder is senior lecturer at Emory Law School and senior fellow at the Center for the Study of Law and Religion. He teaches law and technology, among other courses. The opinions expressed here are his own.
(CNN)Google's driverless car just caused its first crash. To the casual observer this may seem to vindicate the doubters. In fact, all it does is prove that the future is now.