The Ringer's Ben Lindbergh, who still doesn't have a driver's license, investigates how far away we are from a driverless future, the utopian (and dystopian) visions of what a driverless world could look like, the hurdles that have to be cleared, and whether driverless cars can arrive in time to save him (and other licenseless citizens) the trouble of ever learning to parallel park.
When the Robots Reach the Road
Ben Lindbergh, who still doesn't have a driver's license, investigates how far away we are from a driverless future
Steve and Paul hand out their favorite bets for USA-Iran and break down England-Wales
What ‘Strange World’ and ‘Glass Onion’ Can Tell Us About the Goals of Streaming Companies Right Now. Plus, ‘The White Lotus’ S2E5.
Chris and Andy also talk about the trailer for the new Taylor Sheridan series ‘1923’
Matt is joined by Bloomberg’s Lucas Shaw to discuss the biggest problems on Disney’s plate in the Bob Iger Era, Part 2
Kim K’s Response to Balenciaga, Airport Tabloid Check-In, and the 2022 ‘Jam Session’ Holiday Gift Guide
Juliet Litman and Amanda Dobbins discuss some celebrity news and the fourth annual ‘Jam Session’ Holiday Gift Guide
Plus, weighing in on Joe Biden’s bid for re-election in 2024 against former president Donald Trump