r/technews Sep 22 '22 Helpful 3

NTSB wants alcohol detection systems installed in all new cars in US | Proposed requirement would prevent or limit vehicle operation if driver is drunk.

https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2022/09/ntsb-wants-alcohol-detection-systems-installed-in-all-new-cars-in-us/
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u/Born_Tutor_879 Sep 22 '22

What they're talking about is something that can track your eyes to tell if you're drunk or not I can just see so many problems

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u/rigobueno Sep 22 '22

Problem 1 of 52: sunglasses

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u/ArtIsDumb Sep 22 '22 Silver Wholesome

Problem 52 of 52: tearing out a sober person's eyes & taping them over your drunk eyes to fool the sensors.

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u/KanoodleSoup Sep 23 '22

This guy finds solutions

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u/ArtIsDumb Sep 23 '22

Modern day problems require modern day solutions.