Omaha, NE asked in Employment Law for Nebraska

Q: Is it legal for my employer to activate artificial intelligence in the trucks I drive for them is it unconstitutional

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A: There is no constitutional prohibition on activating artificial intelligence technology in trucks. Artificial intelligence is used by many trucking companies in logistics and route planning to optimize routes, considering factors like traffic patterns, weather conditions, and delivery schedules. This helps in reducing fuel consumption.

Some trucking companies also use artificial intelligence technology to assist drivers in operating trucks. There are even a few that use artificial intelligence technology to autonomously operate trucks, but autonomously driven vehicles are not currently legal in every state. Trucking companies that use artificial intelligence technology to autonomously operate trucks either only operate in states that allow them or require their drivers to toggle between autonomous operation and manual operation depending on which state the truck is in at any given time.

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