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On The Five, Greg Gutfeld reported that the ridesharing service Uber plans to allow customers to soon order self-driving cars from their phones.

Ford Motor Company also plans to roll out a fleet of driverless sedans in five years.

However, Gutfeld said that for all of the acclaimed advantages of the new technology, there was still a major downside to making driving to work one less task we have to take on daily.

“Hooray! And the opposite of hooray,” he said.

“Technology always brings more productivity, pleasure and autonomy to our lives. Driverless cars reduce human error [which can lead to] a car crash.”

“The downside is free time,” Gutfeld said. “As machines replace more of what we do, the question becomes even more vital: what will you do?”

“Hope and pray the answer isn’t nothing,” he said.

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