2. The arguments in this video suggest that wealthier people are likely to disproportionately benefit from AVs in all of the following ways, EXCEPT: Privately-owned AVs will likely be programmed to prioritize the lives of their own passengers, so the safety advantages enjoyed by these wealthier passengers could come at the expense of pedestrians, bicyclists, and others who can’t afford these pricier vehicles. As AVs are increasingly adopted for passenger and commercial transportation, people who currently earn their living as drivers (driving taxis, buses, trucks, etc.) will lose their jobs and may struggle to find good alternatives for work. Although the ability of AVs to communicate directly with each other will reduce traffic congestion on highways, these same vehicles could lead to increased congestion within city limits. The proliferation of AVs for on-demand mobility will mean fewer resources get devoted to the upkeep and improvement of public transportation, and thus the gradual degradation of these services that are disproportionately used by the less wealthy. Correct! Wrong!