autonomous-drivers-licenseSam Schmidt, former Indy Racing League driver left paralyzed from the neck down after an accident, is the first person to receive an autonomous-only driver’s license. His Corvette has been modified with cameras and sensors which enable him to operate the vehicle with head movements, breaths and voice commands.

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