Tesla founder Elon Musk told a recent conference that non-autonomous cars being driven by human beings are "death machines" and that people should not be allowed to control such dangerous machines.
Musk also recognized that city driving is the most difficult for his inventions to navigate. "That kind of slow, city driving is the environment that self-driving cars have the most problems with, said Musk. When driving between 15 and 50 miles per hour, cars tend to run into unexpected things, like children in the road and diversions."
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