Cisco Systems has elaborated a study which shows more than half of people trust autonomous technology in cars.

Cisco Systems has elaborated a study which shows more than half of people trust autonomous technology in cars.

1,500 consumers across ten countries were surveyed by Cisco and 57 percent of them said they would ride in a driverless car which is being controlled by a technology that doesn't require human intervention. Brazil holds the number one spot in this study, with no less than 95 percent people willing to ride driverless, while 92 percent would let their kids inside these cars.

Another country which feels safe with this technology is India as 86 percent of the people questioned responded they would go inside these cars and 69 percent of them said they'd let their children take a ride in an autonomous car.

Further details can be found in the attached press release.

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Cisco global study shows 57 percent of consumers trust driverless cars