Can Cars Of The Future Fight Back Against Burglary By Moving?

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A car burglary inspires thoughts on how the cars of the future, especially robocars, might fight it. We should see better AI-enabled alarms with no false alarms, remote operations centers and cars that try to escape, or even "fight back" against the burglars in the few ways that might be legal.
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