“By 2030 the global headcount of smart cars, trucks, and buses could creep into the tens of millions. They’ll share the road with some two billion human-driven cars and trucks (give or take a few hundred million). Even then, it seems, AVs will be but a rounding error in the global population of automobiles. But the revolution will strike with surprise, surgical precision, and overwhelming force. As cyberpunk novelist William Gibson once famously said, ‘The future is already here — it’s just not very evenly distributed.'” Anthony Townsend in OneZero with an interesting look at The 100-Year History of Self-Driving Cars.