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I disagree.I agree but I don't think we'll be able to use that argument in a few years. Just look at cars. Literally everything from steering output, braking, airbag deployment, etc relies on some sensor or electrical input .Yet no one would argue that a modern car is less safe than even some steel boat of a Cadillac from the 50s.
Even if its solid tech with bulletproof reliability, we should always have a choice. The market itself will keep good ideas and kill bad ones, no Maura needed.