Ride hailing transport in urban areas might have viable option of automatic control. Cars operated by humans always are getting improvements to help avoid collisions. I say the day when vehicles are ALL fully not human controlled will never happen. So many applications would not be practical controlled without human. Take the construction industry for example. Trades all use specialized vehicles with sorted specialized tools on and off road in all sorts of intercoordinated situations. Tractor trailed deliveries or materials in unfinished terrain take highly experienced operators judgement. These applications just don't lend well to cookie cutter computer control. That's before you even consider the political backlash from a large part of the public if they are asked to give up their freedom of movement for some inferior short ranged government mandated form of Car.