But Digital Licenses Are Only Accepted at Airport Security Checkpoints – for Now
Every week on the program I like to bring you the latest from exponential technologies. Guess what? Your driver's license is about to go digital. Arizona is the first state that lets your driver's license be stored in your digital wallet on your iPhone. Other states are working on this as well. Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Ohio, Oklahoma, Utah, Louisiana and the District of Columbia.
But hang on to your plastic license for now because police won't accept your digital license if you're pulled over. And neither will bartenders. So far, digital licenses are only accepted at security checkpoints at the airport. Soon, though, they'll be accepted by everyone, everywhere.
GM’s Working on a Self-Driving Car That Can Teach Your Teen to Drive
You know, we talk often about EVs and self-driving vehicles. There's a big challenge with them and that's teaching the car how to drive. Well, guess what? General Motors has filed patents on a self-driving vehicle that teaches people how to drive the car, would use sensors to give student drivers real time feedback and compare what the drivers are doing with what the A.I. would have done. The car could limit the amount of control that the driver has and it could give the results to teachers, the DMV or the kids parents. Want to learn more about exponential technologies? Read my New York Times best seller, The Truth About Your Future.