Cars used to be called "horseless carriages," and they still bear the marks of their equine predecessor technology -- wheels where legs once were, engines described in terms of horsepower, and so forth. That kind of anchoring can hold back innovation, so it's important to find ways to think laterally and explore technologies from fresh perspectives, write Ian Gonsher and Deb Mills-Scofield.
Are you still driving a horseless carriage?
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