Will self-driving cars be able to diagnose and repair themselves? Yes. No. Sort of

In a world where some transportation technology seems to be going backwards — no more moon landings, the scrapping of Concorde, and public transport failures — the fully autonomous vehicle is a wonder of the modern age. Perhaps the dumbest thing about a smart-vehicle is the organic matter behind the controls, but even with the might of Musk, Google et al., just how smart are they? Forget self-driving, autonomous, and smart. Cars have been diagnosing their own problems for decades, and to an extent, fixing themselves. Diagnosing and repairing faults is easy — dependent on the fault — but as…

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