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Driverless Hotel Rooms: The End of Uber, Airbnb and Human Landlords

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“Just out the front, number 420”.You giggle, then follow the augmented directions leading to a sleek driverless hotel room. You fall asleep as your driverless hotel room recharges itself ready to take you on an extensive tour of the city and beaches tomorrow.

When auto manufacturers rapidly meet the 100 million vehicle demand for driverless ondemand transport, they will inevitably pivot operations to manufacture driverless modular rooms that cater to specific human experiences.

Immense vertical skyscrapers can autonomously lift these driverless rooms and their passengers hundreds of meters up, where they’re slotted into position before the wall panels open to reveal other connected room modules.

Imagine a similar tower with a modern and luxurious design for driverless hotel rooms and apartments. What’s fascinating about this idea is that driverless hotel rooms are truly no different to driverless apartment rooms.

In fact these driverless rooms and “Parking” towers can leverage blockchain technology to remove the human landlord altogether.

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Article originally posted at medium.com

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4 thoughts on “Driverless Hotel Rooms: The End of Uber, Airbnb and Human Landlords

    Marshall Gatten

    (January 23, 2018 - 8:07 pm)

    I’d thought about driverless bedrooms. It occurs to me that once drivers aren’t required to stay awake to assume control when needed, and car interiors become more comfortable, people will become much more amenable to long drives. They’ll visit family on the other side of the country more often, they’ll expand their territory for their traveling salesman jobs, and they’ll enjoy tourism more. This will be a big boon to the energy companies that provide their fuel or electricity. It will also be a stimulation for the economy in general.

    アーメド ビラル

    (January 23, 2018 - 8:07 pm)

    Gabriel Jack

    (January 23, 2018 - 8:07 pm)

    I’ve been saying that for a quite a while, now… still behind my concept…

    C Jacob Brennan

    (January 23, 2018 - 8:07 pm)

    dr who: gridlock

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