Yes. Commercial flights are largely automatic. But we still have near collisions, and the density in the sky is WAY lower than on the roads.
Abs to the trolls who talked about gps not being the main navigation system: there is no way you'd be able to store the road info for all the roads you want yo drive along with the os for the visual processing. These cars are tested in ca, which has some of the best cell coverage in the us. Lets see how well these work in new england, the midwest, the mountains...the fact is we are at last a few trillion in infrastructure from where we'd need to be for this to be a real, reliable system with enough redundancies for it to be safe.
And my point about SkyNet and the vortex saviors still stands. :-)
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