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"The science fiction method is dissection and reconstruction. You look at the world around you, and take it apart into its components. Then you take some of those components, throw them away, and plug in different ones, start it up and see what happens."
- Frederik Pohl

Autonomous Car Intercommunication  
  Automatic cars talk to each other about everything.  

My cars talk to one another. I have no doubt about it anymore. It's as though they've gained confidence; as though they're not bothering to keep it secret anymore. Their engines rattle and knock continuously.

And they don't talk among themselves only. They talk to the cars and buses that come into the Farm on business. How long have they been doing that?

From Sally, by Isaac Asimov.
Published by Fantastic in 1953
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Compare to the TBR (Talk Between Robots) Circuit from The Midas Plague (1954) by Frederik Pohl.

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